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Helpful Hints - Kenmore Sears 99701 Series Laundry center Use And Care Manual

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SpeoiaB care for
In the following
hints for better washing,
an all-purpose
detergent
should be used unless stated otherwise.
See Con-
trol
Setting
Chart
(page 5) for Dryer
Timer
settings.
sp®o aB th sg
Always consult garment
labels and hang tags for manufac-
turer's
washing
and drying
instructions
before
machine
washing and drying.
_
Do not use heat to dry foam rubber or similarly textured rubber-like materials, or pillows and clothing with
feathers/down.
Man-made fibers (synthetics) such as polyester, nylon, and aerylics must be dried on LOW heat.
TYPE OF
GARMENT
"Cotton Baby Clothes:.
Gowns, Shirts
Beddinq
Delicate--dresses,
fine cottonknits
Diapers
Plastic Items
Blankets
Man+made--Orion,
Aedlan, Nylon
Electric
Wooten
Curtains,Draperies
Glass Fiber
Sheer--Dacron,
Rayon
PermanentPress
Dresses, blouses,
skirts, slacks
White shirts and
blouses, sheets and
pillowcases
Work clothes
FoundationGarments
(See Wamino above)
Plastics
Quilted Mattress Pads
Rugs
Sheets, PtUawcases
,--Cotton ,
Slipcovers
Sweaters--Man-made
(including NyIens;
: Orlons, etc.)
: i
: WooIens,
Cushmeresl
HELPFUL HINTS
i
....
Pretreai heavilysoiled areas; brush on a little liquid detergentl or wet area
and rub in detergent. Use Warm soak for oif, juice stains; Cold for egg,
milk, cereal stains.
Wash separately.
Rinse at once, soak in diaper pail with solution of cold water and borax
(1/_tsp. to gaL). Soak before washing with a pro-soak product. Use warm
water.
Plastic fined pants, b!hs, crib sheets should be dried sept(ate!y,
Shake out dust. Remove stains, Pretreatheavily soiled areas with detgP
qent. Wash one larqe or two small blankets at a time,
Follow manufacturer's recommendations.
i TableLinens: :....
S{ains. SOaki! necessary. U se Hot wash for white
andcolor-fast.Warmforothers.
WASH
Ho_
Warm
Hot
WASHER
RINSE
Coldor Warm
Cold
cold or Warm
CYCLE
Regular
Delicate
Regular
t
DRYER
TEMP.
SETTING
Regular
High Heat
Delicate
LowHeat
Regular
High Heat
Wash with reqular baby wash,
NOheat
Warm
Cold
Deticate
Foiiow ma,ufacturer's
directions.
See Woolens below.
if badly sun-weakened, even hand washing will cause tearing. Be sure
Warm
colors are fast and fabric is washable, Remove hooks and nee-washable
trim. Use Warm soak if beavgysoiled.
Follow manufacturer's recommendations. S ee ag.gg.e 12 for cautions.
Requires regular washing. If required, use Warm soak.
Warm
Turn stacks and dark items inside out to prevent whitening and frosting of
Warm
seams and creases.
Pretreet collarsand cu'ifs with fiquid laundry detergent.
Hot
......................................
H'et "
Pretreat heavily sNledareasby rubbing in liquid laundry detergent.Let
stand 30 to 60 minutes,if clothes are heavily soiled use WarmSOAKfor
greaseand oil soil, Cold SOAKlot flour, dust, Need-stainedgarments,
Use 114to t12 cup liquid laundrydetergentin SOAK,112to t cup in WASH.
Frequenl washing lengthens life, helps retain shape. Remove non-
Warm
washable trim. CIose ziubers, fasten hooks,
Some plastics will tear it machine+washed. Place small items in mesh bag
Warm
for washing, if shower curtains are soap-stained, add water softener to
wash water; don't use deterqent.
Fbl,lowIabeI directions.
Shake out dirt. Air dry rubber-like or rubber-backed rugs. Wash one large
or two seal! ruqs ata time. Follow label instructions.
Use Warm Soak for pillowcases stained with hair eg.
Hot
De sure colors are fast and fabric is washabIe. Mend tears; remove
Warm
detachable trim and fasteners. Wash only one _argeor two small chair
covers at a time. Cotton coversmay be liqhtly starched.
Pretreat around neckline. FoItow manufacturer's recommendations,
Need special care to avoid shrinkage.
Hot or warm
Cold
.................. W ash acqording to fiber contenta,s,wit,bp!beF,blankets,
See page 12.
Use Soak method for washing woolens,
See page 12.
Delicate
Perm.Press
Perm, Press
Pete. Press
Regular or
Perm. Press
Cold
Cold
'
Cotd
Cold
Regular
Cold
De!icate
t .......
Cold
DeiIcale
Cold or Warm
Cold
Warm
Cold
Delicate
See +'Washing Woolens," page 12
Cold er Warm
see'pagela
Perm. Press
Med. Heat
Perm. Press
Ned.Heat
Perm. Press
Med. Heat
Delicate
Low Heat
No Heat
Perm. Press
Med. Heat
Perm, Press
Med. Heat
Delicate
Low Heat
!
See page 12.
Hiqh Heat
Tdwels
Woolens--
Sweaters;socksl
: scarves, blankets_
ski_s, etc.
Ciethes
Use Warm Soak with 1/2 cup bteach for stained tea lowels.
Man'y'a;e machine Washable. Howev_';,'beoause 0i its physical' properties,
woo!may shrink during washing. As a general rute, if it can be hand
washed, it can be "washed"
by soaking in the water. A liquid detergent
is preferred because it dissolves faster in a soak than granulated. Pro+treat
woolens with liouid deterQenL Never use chlorine bleach.
Shake out dirt, turn pockets inside out, Soak clothes (see page 6), then
wash thoroughly,
Hut or Warm Cold or Warm
Regular
See "Washing Woolens,"
Delicate
page 12.
Keep agitation
Warm
Cold
to a minimum
Hot
Ceid
Regular
Regular
HifliT Heat
See page !2
Regular
High Heat
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