Laundry is a part of every household, and it is a necessary task that everyone needs to perform once or twice a week. When we do laundry, we are washing different types of clothes in
winter all the clothes are warm,
but stuff often varies. There are woolen clothes, fleece, fake fur, Corduroy,
knits, leather, and woolen blends. In summers we wear cotton, linen, nylon,
silk or other light kinds of stuff. All these types of clothes need different
washing treatment. Some garments are hot water intolerant, while others might
need hot water for a proper wash. Some need to be dried in the shade without
any tumble dry or heat, and others need heat along with tumble dry. You cannot use all sorts of bleach on all your white clothes, every fabric has its demand,
and you should wash it accordingly.
We shouldn't twist some clothes, but we have been wringing them. We can iron most of the dresses along with steam, but others should not be steamed, and we should not iron leather directly. Some types of clothes need dry clean, and we should not wash them. We never think of this and put all our different types of clothes in the same round of washing machines. Dry all of them together in the tumble dry, wring them, iron all the gears with a steam iron, and the result is our clothes get torn out, the colors fade away, or the fabric loses its finishing. All of this is because we don't take care of our clothes, and we are ignorant of the fact that clothes also need specific treatment to keep them new and elegant.
The problem is we don't have enough grounds to know how to treat each clothe. The answer to this has always been right in front of our eyes, but we have been unable to understand it. The different types of tags on our clothes look like some symbols, and we never followed or tried to
those are a guide to wash them. These tags are regarding the temperature of
water to use while washing them, dry clean instructions, bleaching
instructions, wring guide, drying, and ironing instructions as well. These
symbols have specific meanings, and you can look for these tags here in the
image. These tags guide you on how to take complete care of your all favorite
clothes, by understanding the meaning of the symbols made on the labels.
Those symbols are so comprehensive that they explain everything from the temperature of water
to the heat of the iron, doing your
laundry better than ever. The trick here is to make separate piles of clothes
that need similar treatment. Look at the tags and place the dresses with the
same symbols together, and you can handle washing efficiently and timely.
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