Wash - and stain remover guide


WASHING GUIDE
We generally wash our clothes too much and it is neither good for the environment nor for the clothes. Laundry wears out even more than daily use, but no one wants to go in dirty or smelly clothes, and therefore we have put together a washing guide that helps you to wash your clothes in the most optimal way, so you fit best. on both your clothes and the planet.
You should also think about how to dry your clothes so that you spare both your clothes and the globe. Let your clothes air dry as much as possible. On the one hand, you save electricity, which the environment is happy with, and on the other hand, it is far more gentle on your clothes. The lint that sits in the dryer's filter after a round of drying is part of the fibers the clothes are made of, and when they break, as with tumble drying, the structure and moisture in the fabric are destroyed, and it has a greater tendency to dryness and generally lasts shorter. time when the substance becomes weak ..
 
1. Do not automatically throw away your clothes for washing once you have worn them. Often we tend to throw our clothes for washing when we take them off in the evening without deciding whether it is actually dirty or not.
2. Air your clothes. Let your clothes hang over a chair when you take it off, and then assess the next day if it is dirty and needs washing or if you can wear it again. Fold the clothes you should not wear on the same day and put in your closet or dresser. If you do not like to mix completely clean and used, but clean clothes, then have a special shelf or drawer for the clothes you can wear again. Also, hang your sweaters and pants outdoors if you think they smell of food or smoke but are not dirty. That way, you remove the odor without washing.
3. Clean your clothes. Many stains can easily be washed off with a wrung-out cloth and possibly a little soap. Especially knit sweaters and coarse-woven trousers such as cowboy trousers can easily be stained. 
4. Freeze your clothes. Put your clothes in the freezer or hang them outdoors in the winter. The cold removes bad odors such as sweat odor, as the bacteria that create the odor can not survive the low temperatures. In addition, a trip in the freezer helps to gather the fibers so that hairy wool like angora traps less.
5. Wash your clothes properly. Clothes should be washed differently depending on the material it is made of. Check the wash marks in your clothes. Cotton is well suited for machine washing, but use a gentle detergent so that you do not wear unnecessarily on either the cotton fibers or the globe. Wool is more delicate and should be washed by hand or in a machine on a wool program and with a special wool detergent. And remember to use lukewarm and not hot water for your wool clothes. In addition, you should put clothes made of wool or silk in the laundry bag, as these materials are delicate and easily get holes when in contact with the machine.
6. Sort the clothes by color. You should sort your laundry by color, so that your styles are washed with similar colors and you thus avoid contamination - especially the first times you wash it. However, this does not apply to synthetic materials that do not usually spread. If you want to make sure you tie the color in your clothes as much as possible, you can leave styles of natural materials such as cotton and bamboo in vinegar water for a day before you wash it for the first time.
7. Turn the clothes over. When you wash the clothes with the inside out, you wear less on the side that is seen and your clothes will thus appear nicer for a longer time. Remember the pockets Always check the pockets. Also on the children's clothes. Children can have many treasures hidden in their small pockets, which neither the clothes nor the machine benefit from getting too close acquainted with. And nothing is more annoying than a paper handkerchief that has come in the sink and fluffs on all the other clothes.
8. Wash at the lowest possible temperature. Bed linen, underwear, sportswear and towels should be washed at at least 60 degrees, so that bacteria and dust particles are killed, but your other clothes should only be washed at 30 degrees. However, you must be aware of whether your detergent is suitable for washing at low temperatures . Clear Laundry effectively washes clean when washing from 30 degrees.
    
STAIN REMOVAL GUIDE
When using your clothes, stains can not be avoided - especially when it comes to children's clothes. It pays off when you make the effort to hold the clothes and remove the stains.
Chocolate 
Everyone loves chocolate and we understand that well. Chocolate is delicious, but it also stains, as it contains both fat and dye, and that combination can settle in the clothes. Such a warm child's hand can easily make the chocolate melt so that it ends up on the clothes instead of in the mouth. The best thing you can do is rub a few drops of colorless dishwashing detergent into the stain, seal the clothes in a plastic bag and let the detergent dissolve the grease stain. After a few hours, you can rinse the dishwashing detergent away, preferably from the inside of the clothes and out, so that the stain is rinsed out of the clothes fibers the same way it came in. Then you can wash with Ready Laundry at the warmest temperature recommended by the laundry instructions.
Berry
Fruit color is difficult to get rid of completely again, but it seems we now should not deter anyone from eating of the summer abundance of fruits and berries. However, it may be a good idea to try to avoid getting stains from particular berries on the clothes. Should the accident occur, the best thing you can do, however, is to react quickly, dab the stain with stain remover and wash at the highest recommended temperature in the machine as soon as possible.
Ink and ink
Once the family's little ones have inked on the clothes, which are not water-based, you can easily take it easy. This is because it is important not to pour water on an ink stain that is still wet, as the water will cause the color to spread. Instead, wait until the stain is dry and then dab it with household alcohol (test first in an invisible place on the garment). It is best to dab from the inside of the garment and out so that the stain comes the same way out of the garment fibers as it came in. Hold a couple of paper towels on the opposite side, which can absorb ink and household alcohol, and subsequently wash at the highest recommended temperature.
Red wine
The children's clothes are probably not so exposed to red wine stains, but it can happen that your Mummy-style gets a splash when eager children run around. If red wine stains are completely fresh, you can wash them off in cold water. However, remember to get everything off before hanging the clothes to dry. Once the stain has dried in after being rinsed, it is more stubborn. However, if it's a dried wine stain from yesterday's dinner, there is advice. Soak the stain with Klar’s colorless dishwashing detergent and put in a plastic bag overnight. The next day, wash the clothes in the machine as usual.
Oil and grease
The most effective remedy for grease stains is simply dishwashing liquid. You simply rub a few drops of Klar's colorless dishwashing detergent into the stain, seal the clothes in a plastic bag and let the detergent dissolve the grease stain. After a few hours, you can rinse the dishwashing detergent away, preferably from the inside of the clothes and out, so that the stain is rinsed out of the clothes fibers the same way it came in. Then wash at the warmest temperature recommended by the laundry instructions. Blood It can happen that your little one gets nosebleeds or a small tear that stains the clothes with blood. If the stain is fresh, rinse with cold water until it is gone. If it has dried, simply soak the style for an hour in a tub of good detergent before washing in the machine as usual.
Sunscreen
It is important to lubricate the children well! But it can be a good idea to lubricate them 5-10 minutes before they get dressed so that the sunscreen can soak in. Sunscreen on the clothes, however, you can probably not completely avoid, and on white and light clothes, yellow marks can appear after the sunscreen - especially the collar is an exposed area. Use a stain remover for the area, let it work as prescribed on the label and wash at the hottest temperature recommended by the laundry instructions.