If you are getting brown or rust coloured spots on your laundry after washing here are a few possible causes to investigate. Metal objects that may have been left inside pockets such as nails or paper clips might be one cause of the stains. These often get stuck in the outer drum under the stainlessread the full article..
Washing laundry advice & tips
A surprisingly varied selection of advice related to washing laundry in a washing machine. The articles cover all aspects of washing laundry including loading and using the washing machine as well as causes of common laundry and detergent problems. Browse through the pages, you will definitely find something interesting and useful.
Washing bras in a washing machine can cause problems. In fact problems caused by washing bras are surprisingly common. Many bras should be hand washed only, but most people still put them in the washing machine (check the wash label). The straps can get tangled around other laundry and even get ripped off of theread the full article..
After seeing the adverts on TV for the, “amazing dryer balls” I decided to buy a pair and try them out. They claim to soften fabrics, reduce creases & wrinkles, cut down on lint and save up to 25% on tumble dryer running costs. These are big claims for something costing only around £10. Theread the full article..
There’s been a lot of talk about washing at 30 degrees in order to save energy costs. However, there are some things you should know before jumping on this particular bandwagon. This page looks at whether you really do save any money and can your washing machine even wash properly at 30 degrees? Claims ofread the full article..
This video shows how to remove grease spots from cooking oil (and other grease spots) –read the full article..
Bobbling, and linting are common terms for pilling. They refer to the little bits of fabric that stick to sheets, towels, socks and other items of clothing. Pilling is caused by damaged fibres that have separated from the rest of the fibres. Natural fibres like cotton, linen, or wool may also be subject to pillingread the full article..