An average is said to be better off when he or she washes clothes every two weeks. This is easy to do when you get to stay home and someone pick up your laundry or does it at home for you. There are some households that can do their laundry every week while others do it every three days.
This is not going to be easy for someone who is going independent like when going to college. There’s always a laundromat nearby but this is extra expense on your part. Students are not known to be freaks when it comes to their clothes but they do need to have fresh clean ones. That’s why it’s important to know how to properly do laundry. It is also necessary to do so with a washing machine Singapore than to do hand washing which consumes a lot of time.
Here are some dos and don’ts on how to do laundry every day:
Read the Clothes’ Labels
It’s crucial to read the labels of the clothes being washed. When it says “Don’t iron on print,” it’s easy to ignore, but not “Do not wash with colored clothing.” When you ignore the latter, your colored clothes will lose its original colors.
There are also those clothes that are sensitive to certain temperatures. Some of them would require lukewarm water. You’ll find clothes that get ruined when bleached. All this information can be seen on labels. So don’t ignore them.
Sort Out the Clothes
You have to sort out your dirty laundry based on color and type. It’s given that you have to separate the colored ones from the whites. But that isn’t everything; you also have to sort out based on the type of fabric. Separate the heavy clothes like jeans and dark socks from the more delicate ones like laces or knitted wool.
Check the Pockets
While sorting out the clothes, don’t forget to include the pockets. It may be that you find dollar bills in them. At times you may find a pen left in one of them and it may spill ink on them. You don’t want that to happen of course.