1 Wash and dry small items in a mesh bag or pillowcase
1. Dry according
, 2. Remove diapers and cotton knit items while still slightly damp. They
will feel softer, shrink less, and be easier to fold.
i Remove from dryer while still slightly damp.
Do not machine wash or dry fiberglass
1 stick to fabrics washed or dried in following
loads and cause skin
I Some items have been treated with a flame-retardant
finish to improve
I their resistance
to burning. Such items are clearly labeled. To retain
use and washing,
/ dry according
to the manufacturer's
j Dry separately
or with similar colors to avoid lint transfer.
i label directions.
' 1. Dry according
2. Remove from dryer while there is still a trace of moisture.
and air dry before putting away.
Follow care label instructions.
1. Dry one at a time.
2. Remove from dryer and shake or fluff the item during the drying cycle.
3. Smooth and reshape
before putting away.
Check label for fiber content, then follow care label directions.
1. Dry garment for about 10 minutes.
Remove and turn inside out. Dry for
10 more minutes.
2. Remove from dryer immediately
and hang on a nonrusting
finish drying. This will help eliminate
to fabric, weight and care label instructions.
Wipe the dryer
drum carefully to remove any dye or lint that can be transferred
loads. See "Cleaning
the dryer interior" on page 11.
Select cycle according
to fabric type. Some towels, particularly
made of a blend of synthetic
fibers and natural fibers (polyester
cotton blends), may shed more lint than other towels causing your dryer's
lint screen to get full faster. Be sure to remove lint from the dryer lint
screen before and after drying new towels.
Do not overdry knits. Overdrying
can cause shrinking
and static cling.
1. Select cycle according
to fabric and construction.
2. Turn synthetics
and blends inside out when drying to avoid pilling.
3. Remove cotton and rayon knits while still slightly damp. Stretch into
shape and lay flat to finish drying.