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What Happens in the Laundry Process?
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Your washer removes soils and odors from fabrics, but it can also strip clothes of their luster and longevity by stretching, fading, and pilling them.
Use a high-quality detergent like Tide®, which contains ingredients that remove chlorine from water, to help protect colors from fading in the wash.
The washing process is not easy on clothes. First, clothes are twisted back and forth in the wash cycle. Then, the spin cycle whirls clothes at speeds over 90 mph. All of this movement can cause damage. Use Downy® Fabric Conditioner to protect your fabrics from damage in the washer.
The dryer is another place damage can take place. The friction of the drying process can cause some fabrics to pill and fuzz. When possible, use the lowest heat setting on your dryer. Be sure to read the label to make sure you use the right settings for your laundry.
Sure, words paint a pretty vivid picture of what happens in the laundry process, but there’s nothing quite like seeing it for yourself. We put a camera in the washer to see firsthand what goes on once you close the door. Watch what happened!
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