Can A Washing Machine Remove Tough Stains? Puwede, If You Do These 3 Things!It doesn't have to be a struggle, moms!CREATED WITH BREEZE
Most people automatically assume that handwashing is the way to go when dealing with tough stains on clothes. Well, not necessarily.
There is a way you can maximize the use of your washing machine when it comes to this. After all, the reason you bought this appliance is so you can leave with it the heavy lifting of washing the laundry.
Try this easy, three-step process the next time you wash your family’s clothes.
Step 1: Dab liquid detergent onto the stain
To make sure the stain doesn't set into the clothing, you need to pre-treat it before washing. This helps soften and dissolve the residue’s remnants that have permeated through the fibers of the fabric.
Apply a small amount of liquid detergent directly onto the stain. Dab it onto the fabric so that it penetrates the material. This helps the detergent work on the stain directly, maximizing the product's efficiency. Then, let this sit for a couple of minutes.
Step 2: Pour the right amount of liquid detergent for washing.
After pre-treating the stain, you're now ready to wash the stained clothing with the rest of your laundry. Make sure you're not over-crowding your tub or using too much liquid detergent.
Double-check your washing machine's weight and water capacity, and limit the number of clothing and water accordingly. Also, remember to read the label of your liquid detergent to know the correct amount to use during the washing cycle.
Often, one cap of liquid detergent is sufficient for around 15 pieces of clothing at a low water level.
Step 3: Wash in the washing machine as usual.
Wash these garments in the washing machine as usual, but make sure you use the right kind of laundry product to maximize the use of your appliance. If you have a top-load washing machine at home, try Breeze Power Machine. For front-load machine users, choose Breeze Frontload.
Breeze Power Machine is a liquid laundry detergent that has the New UltraClean Concentrate, which helps deal with stain removal without extra kusot or scrubbing.
Meanwhile, Breeze Frontload is a liquid laundry detergent that has a low suds formulation designed for front-load devices, which typically use less water than their top-load counterparts.
Both products help remove stains on clothes effectively and are suitable for both colored and white garments.
With the help of these tips and products from Breeze, you might experience the effortless laundry day you’ve always wanted.
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