Smarter Ways to Use Your Washing Machine



  • The first step in buying a washing machine is a little advanced planning. Know your needs. For example, how much time do you spend doing laundry? Do you have a large family requiring daily clothes laundering, or are you a single person or a couple with no children? It's also important to consider where your laundry room or washer and dryer will be located. If you are an apartment dweller, available space is probably an issue. If you have a multilevel home, space is probably still an issue, but more from a sense of location within your home and how far you have to go to change a load. Do you need to consider wheelchair accessibility or other health needs?

    Sure, you've been doing laundry for years — but are you doing it correctly? Try these strategies for perfectly clean clothes (and a happy machine!) every time.

    1. Reduce your load size.

    Cramming the tub isn't a shortcut — clothes need to move to get clean! Adjust the water level (newer models automatically do this) and drying time, and if your washer and dryer have different capacities, go for the smaller volume.

    1. Use the presoak cycle.

    This setting agitates the contents and may dispense detergent before starting the main cycle, so extra-dirty loads get cleaner without going through twice.

    1. Add bleach yourself.

    Don't have a timed bleach dispenser, but want its extra cleaning power? Add chlorine bleach (as long as it's safe for your fabrics) to the load five minutes after the cycle starts (earlier, and it will kill stain-fighting enzymes in the detergent).

    1. Pick the right detergent.

    Use only products with the "HE" logo in high-efficiency machines. Regular cleaners can generate too many suds, damaging these appliances.

    1. Clean the machine.

    Select the largest load size, fill the tub with hot water and a cup of bleach and run a cycle (on a newer machine, just select the self-cleaning cycle). Remove dispensers and drawers and rinse under hot water, brushing off residue.

    We hope this guide helped you choose the correct washing machine for your requirements. Stay tuned to https://www.zjnanyangmotor.com/ for Smarter Ways to Use Your Washing Machine and parts of washing machine - Washer Motors


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