Washing machine settings

Washing machine settings

CycleFabric TypePurpose and Speed
Normal / Regular CycleBest for whites, sheets, towels, underwear, socks and heavily soiled itemsRemoves stains and dirt; cleans durable fabrics. Uses fast agitation in the wash cycle, and a fast spin cycle.
Delicate CycleBest for wool, silk, and any other, fragile garments that say “gentle wash” on the tagGently cleans delicate items. Uses slow agitation in wash cycle, and a slow rinse cycle.
Permanent Press CycleBest for jeans, many non-cotton items, synthetic fibers such as rayons, knits, polyesters and acetatesCleans every-day clothes that wrinkle easily. Uses fast agitation in the wash cycle, and a slow spin cycle.
Water TemperatureFabric TypePurpose
Cold SettingDark colors, bright colors that may run or fade, delicate fabrics, lightly soiled fabrics, anything that might shrinkCold water saves the most energy while also being the most gentle on clothing.
Warm SettingSynthetic, permanent press fabrics, towelsGood cleaning power for preserving colors without much fading or risk of shrinking.
Hot SettingWhites, cotton fabrics, socks, bed sheets, heavily soiled garments, baby clothesHot water removes the toughest stains and gives garments a deep clean.
By |2018-11-29T02:25:15+00:00November 27th, 2018|

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