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Follow the washing instructions to achieve the best possible cleaning results.
All clothing is best to hand wash. Hand washing is by far the gentlest wash option. This minimizes wear on fabric and garment printing, and retains the fit. If possible, hand wash should be applied to all garments as much as possible.
Always look on the care label, which is attached to all garments.
Use the right temperature
The right washing temperature is printed in the symbol with the pod.
Sort by colour
Never mix white and coloured garments, otherwise you will risk to colour the white garments.
Prepare your clothes
Empty all pockets. Close zippers, and unbutton the buttons. Turn all the garments inside out before putting them into the washing machine.
Make sure not to be too generous with the washing powder. Your favourite sweater will not get cleaner if you use too much detergent. It will stick to your garment instead.
Get rid of stains
Most stains usually disappears in the wash. Keep in mind that stains should be dissolved, not rubbed off. Do not wait to remove the stain, but do it immediately before it dries.
Be careful with fleece!
Never use softener when washing a fleece garment.
Unbleached garments should not be washed with detergents containing optical bleachers.
The vast majority of garments can withstand short centrifuge. Garments, which attract much water, should be centrifuged, or else they will loose their fit during drying.
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If you hand wash a garment, make sure the detergent is properly dissolved. Never sprinkle detergent directly on a garment.
Remember that it is only really dirty garments that need to be prewashed.
Wool is difficult.
Raw wool garments will shrink if tumbled. Never dry garments made of white wool in direct sunlight, they might develop a yellow shade instead.
Fill the washing machine moderately: not too much or too little.