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Make your Laundry Time Count

Posted by medliorator on August 26, 2007

Washing clothes that aren’t dirty means more time spent doing laundry. Here are some more tips that make your laundry time count:

  • Sort your clothes out into whites and darks; wash the darker clothes on cold, and your lighter clothes on warm.
  • Put water in first, the detergent in second, and your clothes in third. This will ensure that the detergent is nice and mixed in with the water.
  • There are all sorts of recipes on the web to create your own detergent, and when you do make your own detergent, you can save a ton of money on over-priced laundry detergent. Usually you’ll end up paying about 1/10th of what you normally would on a per-load basis when you make your own detergent.

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