Let’s face it, no one likes doing laundry and there is nothing worse than having a mountain of clothing overflowing your laundry baskets. Our first instinct is to throw all our laundry into one load and it’s easy to do so because everything can squeeze! Many homeowners don’t realize overloading their washing machine can damage it and damaged the efficiency of your washer.
Doing laundry seems easy because all you have to do is shove all of your clothes into the washer and press the start button right? Wrong. Just because you are putting a huge load of laundry in the wash at once does not mean that it will get the efficient washing it’ll need.
Here are some tips to remember when doing your laundry:
Have you ever been stuck doing laundry because you were unsure of what you can and cannot wash in your washing machine? Many home owners assume that only clothing and bedding can be washed in your washer, they believe that if they put anything other than clothing it will break down and they will need to repair their washing machine. Although you can’t put everything in your washer, here are some items you would never think to wash in your washing machine!
Pets are cute and cuddly but having pets around can easily become a nightmare when you are dealing with pet hair. Any pet owner will know how difficult it is to completely remove pet hair from your bedding, clothes, furniture, and washing machine.
It’s already hard enough getting rid of your pet’s hair from your clothing but when it’s stuck to your washing machine it can become problematic. When pet hair gets wet, it clumps together and can cause the drain to clog. We stress that it is important to get the pet hair off before throwing them into the wash.Continue reading
We’ve all been there. We go and buy ourselves new clothes and just a few washes later, they already look faded and worn out. Here’s a few tips on how to avoid this and keep our clothes fresh for years to come!