Your first step when it comes to machine washing must always be sorting. Whites, dark colors, light colors and delicates should be separated out and washed separately. For larger loads, sort by color shade. You should also check their fabric care labels to make sure they need no special treatment.
One extra tip: check all pockets to make sure no tissues, gum, coins, or anything else gets into the drum.
A full load
It’s worth waiting until you have a full load worth of clothes to throw into the washing machine first, though. If you don’t fill up the machine, then you’re just wasting electricity and water. If you can, wait until you can wash a full load. Otherwise, take advantage of your washing machine’s half load setting, if it has one. For best results, the level of dry laundry should not exceed the level of the inner tub.
Dose it right
While you load, it’s also important to dose correctly. It doesn’t matter if you load perfectly if you add too much or too little laundry detergent.
Liquid can be measured out and goes either in the drum or into the dispenser drawer.
It’s important to make sure you get the right amount of detergent into the wash, so pay attention to the dosing instructions. If you’re running a half load, use less laundry detergent, and pay attention to your water hardness and the dirtiness of your garments.
Turn it down
Finally, you get to select your wash cycle. It’s best to choose a lower temperature, modern detergents.Ariel Power Gel gives better tough stain removal at 30 degrees, so turn the dial down. Otherwise, don’t overly agitate delicate clothes and have a good wash.