Why to use Laundress Darks Detergent
Wearing dark clothing has always been a fashion fave of most people. Having that cool girl or boy outfit in your wardrobe has always been seen as a plus, but it gets frustrating when your all black or dark ensemble starts to look like a dusty old rag.
With laundress Darks detergent, you can eradicate the dusty old look your dark clothes tend to have over the years.
People often wonder why their dark clothing seem to wash off its colour over time, well that’s because you’ve been washing it wrongly.
Here are a few pointers on how to use our Laundress darks detergent to maintain the best quality with your clothing.
- Sort by Colour and Weight
Mixing fabrics, colours, and very dirty items with the not-so-dirty ones can have disastrous results. When new, black clothes can bleed dye onto lighter colours. Washing delicate fabrics with heavy fabrics, using the delicate setting, can damage the fine items and do a poor job cleaning the heavier fabrics. So, sort like items by colour and weight.
- Turn Clothes Inside Out
Protect the outside of the black garment by turning it inside out, shielding it from the agitation or tumbling, which breaks down the fibers and causes them to appear faded. Zip zippers and button shirts to prevent snagging.
- Wash in Cold Water
The cold water helps keep the fibers in black fabrics from losing their colour. Inspect your clothes to see how dirty they are, and adjust the washing machine’s soil setting, using the light-soil setting when possible because it’s gentler on fabrics than the medium- or heavy-soil setting. And use the shortest cycle possible needed to get them clean. Less time in the washer means less fading.
- Choose the Right Detergent
When washing dark colored laundry, avoid detergents that contain bleach. The laundress darks detergent doesn’t contain such agents, it is non-toxic, bio gradable thereby making it the best choice for your dark clothing. This detergent can tackle the stains that show up in your laundry hamper, whether they’re stains from body oil, dirt, red wine, or grass.
- Measure Detergent (Don’t Pour It Freestyle)
Streaks of laundry detergent jump out on dark clothes, and the culprit is usually either too much detergent or water that’s too cold. Detergent doesn’t dissolve well in very cold water and can leave streaks. Powder detergents can clump and leave patches on clothes. So, it’s important to measure the detergent.