Look for a care label on your clothes.
• This will tell you about the fabric content
of your garment and how it should be
• Symbols on the care labels.
Normal machine wash
Do not wash
• To get the best results, sort clothes into
loads that can be washed with the same
• Different fabrics need to be washed at
varying temperatures and spin speeds.
• Wash two or more towels or knits
together. If washed separately, laundry
which absorbs a lot of water may not be
washed well or abnormal spin-drying may
occur due to leaning.
• Always sort dark colours from pale colours
and whites. Wash separately as dye and
lint transfer can occur causing
discolouration of white and pale garments.
If possible, do not wash heavily soiled
items with lightly soiled ones.
− Soil (Heavy, Normal, Light) :
Separate clothes according to amount of
− Colour (White, Lights, Darks):
Separate white fabrics from coloured
− Lint (Lint producers, Collectors):
Wash lint producers and lint collectors
Caring before loading.
• Do not wash 'memory wire' on female
inner wear (such as a brassiere) as it may
damage other clothes or the washing
machine and create noise.
• Check all pockets to make sure that they
are empty. Items such as nails, hair clips,
matches, pens, coins and keys can
damage both your washing machine and
• Close zippers, hooks and strings to make
sure that these items don't snag on other
• Pre-treat dirt and stains by brushing a
small amount of detergent dissolved water
onto stains to help lift dirt.
• If an item of clothing has a long lace
attached to it, arrange the lace so it
cannot be tangled or put it into a washing
• Remove the insides of cushions, pillows,
or sitting mats and only wash the cover.
The insides may protrude, damaging other
laundry. Plastic parts may generate
• Divide laundry in large volume for washing so
that the laundry can be submerged under
water completely. If laundry expands during
washing, it may cause damage to the laundry
and parts during washing or spin.