How To Get Laundry Done Like A Pro


When it comes to laundry day, it’s just a matter of getting your routine down pat. Stain removal? Check. Fresh smells? Check. Making sure the washer and dryer are running? Check. If you’re looking for more ways to get the laundry done without a hitch, try True Living Laundry DetergentPacs and Dryer Sheets with scents like Hint of Spring and Midnight Bliss. Grab what you need and get started by using these tips and tricks.

Always separate your dirty clothes from your clean ones.

This may seem like a no-brainer but doing so prevents any bad odors from transferring on to your freshly washed laundry.

Don’t let wet clothes sit in your washing machine for too long.

As soon as the wash is done, be sure to either hang your laundry to dry or place it all in the dryer.

Pre-treat or pre-soak any fabrics that have strong stains and odors with True Living Laundry Detergent.

Check out the labels on your clothing for instructions on how to best care for different materials.

Try splitting any large piles of clothes into two cycles.

Regular and smaller-sized loads allow the water and detergent to fully work their way through all the material.

Air out your clothes in breezy, dry locations.

Hanging your wet laundry in open spaces can help your clothes to dry faster.

Don’t place damp clothes in the closet.

Think twice before rushing to stash those clothes. If they’re still even partially wet, musty odors can form. It never hurts to try airing your items out a little longer or throwing them back in the dryer with True Living Laundry Dryer Sheets for a few more minutes.

Remember to clean your washing machine and dryer every once in a while.

Try using vinegar to clean your washing machine. It also helps to air out the machine by leaving the door open in between each use. And when it comes to your dryer, be sure to clean the lint tray after you’re done drying your clothes.

Feel like you’ve got everything you need to tackle that next cycle? Try True Living Laundry DetergentPacs and Dryer Sheets for a new way to keep your clothes fresh for less.

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