When washing, we often rush to put all the dirty clothes, so that our laundry can be quickly finished in the same time. Ranging from t-shirts, jeans, to bras and underwear, all are inserted and washed into the washing machine simultaneously. At first glance it feels more simple, though. But over time, our clothes are easily damaged, huh? It’s clear that this happens, because washing clothes also has rules, you know! How to wash jeans is of course different from bra, than all your clothes are damaged and can’t be used, it’s better to follow these tips about washing clothes, let’s go.
1. Don’t Wash Jeans Too Often
It’s not a good idea to wash clothes made of jeans too often (especially every day). This will cause the color of the denim to fade faster and the material becomes easily damaged. If you really want to clean it after each use, try putting jeans in plastic and put it in the freezer to remove any bacteria. That way, your favorite jeans can still look pretty good.
2. Wash Dark Color Clothes with Cold Water
Washing dark clothes with hot water can cause the clothes to fade prematurely. For that, you can wash it with cold water (normal temperature, not heat), and add detergent specially formulated to maintain the color of the clothes. From now on, there will be no more belel dress terms in your life dictionary, girls.
3. Make sure the Washing Machine Is Off when Inserting Clothes
Inserting clothes into the washing machine when it turns on or rotates, will make clothes easier to look dull. This also applies, when drying clothes. Although it can be directly inserted, it seems that just a few seconds won’t be wasted, to turn off the engine before inserting additional clothes. For the sake of durable clothes to wear, anything will be, anyway!
4. Don’t delay cleaning when there is stain on clothes
The longer the stain is in the clothes, the more difficult it is to clean. Even though it looks like an epele, but it must be really annoying if the clothes don’t work because of stubborn stains. Put dishwashing soap or hand washing soap in the stain area. Next, wash it in the washing machine. Tada … your stained clothes will also look ‘cling’ again.
5. Check Pocket Clothes Everytime you want to Wash
Although it sounds trivial, objects left in the clothes when washed, often causing fatal damage, you know. Small items such as house keys, coins, and earphone cables that are involved, can damage the washing machine or tear your clothes, girls.
6. Follow the Washing Instructions on the Label
If you are observant, generally every dress has washing instructions on the inside of the neck of the garment. The existence of these instructions is also often ignored, even though it is very useful, you know, to prevent damage, fading, and shrinking materials.
Washing clothes is not always easy and not just finished. Extra caution is needed when you are cleaning your clothes, so that your clothes are not easily damaged. Good luck with the methods above, girls!