Samsung Washer Repair

Samsung Washer Repair

Samsung Washer Repair Service

Samsung Washer Repair and Tips for Laundry

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Tips for Your Next Laundry

You can get good laundering results if you sort your clothes keeping in mind the following:

1. Separate colors and whites into different laundry loads. Intense colors (very dark or very bright) may bleed, especially when washed for the first time. The can tint white or light-colored clothes washed in the same load. A good guide is the maker’s care label.
2. Separate chlorine-bleachable light and white clothes from those that cannot be bleached if you intend to add chlorine bleach to the wash.
3. Most wash loads do quite well in cold or warm water. Heavy soils on cottons respond better to a hot-water wash. Hot water may have an adverse effect on permanent-press garments. Check each garment’s care label.
4. Separate very dirty clothes that should be presoaked or washed in hot water from lightly soiled or temperature-sensitive items.
5. Separate sweatshirts, new towels, and products made from chenille yarn (all of which may tend to generate lint) from permanent press clothes and corduroys (which attract lint).

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