5 Rules worth knowing and implementing for clean and fragrant laundry

We do not always like to deal with the pile of laundry we create, and sometimes we just put it all together into the machine and hope that we end up with clean and fragrant clothes, in their original color…

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We have gathered 5 simple golden but necessary rules for clean and fragrant laundry:

  1. How to handle stains efficiently?

Make sure you do the laundry frequently and do not let it pile up, especially when it is an extremely dirty laundry. Dried stains and dirt that are fixated into the cloth fibers are more difficult to remove. Sweat spots and food stains are an excellent breeding ground for the reproduction of bacteria that spread bad odors. If you still do not make it to wash often, it is recommended to treat stains and dirt as immediately as possible after they are formed. Sanokal spray and wash is ideal for this state since the stain remover can be sprayed directly on the stained cloth and washed later, even after a few days.

  1. Sorting and separating

According to a research we conducted, 96% of the population sort their laundry, 90% of which sort it in order to avoid color transitions from one item to another.

Usually, white laundry will be separated from a colored laundry to prevent the coloring of white fabrics. When washing your white laundry it is recommended to add Sano Oxygen to the washing machine. The active oxygen contributes to deep and thorough cleaning of the clothing item without the use of bleach and it is also suitable for stains in areas as challenging as the collar.

Some people further separate the colorful laundry; dark colored clothes are separated from the bright, and red colors are washed individually, all to prevent color transition from one item to another. The separation is exhausting and there often are not enough clothes of similar colors to fill the washing machine. Sano Maxima Mix & Wash is a unique laundry gel that allows you to wash colored, light and dark fabrics together. A unique technology captures the color that comes down from the clothes and prevents it from transitioning to other clothes. The gel removes dirt and stains at all temperatures, even in cold water.

  1. Identifying the laundry indications

A small label with laundry instructions is attached to each garment. Get to know the marks on the clothing item label and follow the instructions accordingly. These recommendations will assist you in deciding on the best washing program that will help maintain the clothing item for long.


4. Get to know the washing programs

Most washing machines have many programs suitable for different types of fabric, varying level of dirt and weight of the laundry. The better you get to know your machine, the better the program will be suited for ultimate results. Take a few minutes to carefully read the chapter detailing the various washing programs.

In general, washing at high-temperatures is more effective in removing dirt and stains. However, it is not recommended to wash many types of clothing items made of fine and synthetic fabrics at temperatures higher than 30 degrees. In these cases, it is recommended to use washing substances that contain enzymes effective for removing stains at low temperatures, such as the Bio Coldwater washing gel or Bio washing powder.

In addition, it is recommended to note the squeezing speed. The higher the squeezing speed, the shorter will be the drying of the clothes. However, squeezing at high speed may damage gentle fabrics and make it difficult to iron fabrics that tend to crease.

5. After washing treatment

Make sure you don’t leave wet laundry in the washing machine. Dry the fabrics immediately after the wash is over. Laundry left in the washing machine may crease deeply or spread bad odor. If your washing machine is equipped with a timer, then you will be able to program it so that the end of the laundry suits your schedule. When the machine is empty, make sure to leave it open and ventilated to prevent accumulation of mold and fungus.