Sometimes even after washing, clothes smell bad. If you want to know how to keep odours out of clothes just washed, try these easy before, during, and after laundry tips to ensure fresh clothes.
Wash Dirty Laundry Soon
“Dirty” can turn into “dirtier and smelly” over time, especially when wet and piled in the dark, a hideaway for mold and bacteria. If you can’t wash clothes soon or air them out, pre-treat before laundering. Or pile them up in the laundry machine and get to it!
Pre-Treat Super Dirty and Sweaty Clothes
For clothes that accumulate stains or strong odours—like activewear or your favourite cooking clothes—give them a pre-treat soak in detergent and water before washing.
Use an In-Wash Scent Booster
To make sure clean fabrics smell good well after the wash—like when working out or hitting your favourite smoky restaurant—add Lenor Unstopabbles In-Wash Scent Booster to your wash cycle. Think of it as your trusty side-kick in the laundry room and throughout your day providing non-stop long lasting freshness!
Dry Your Laundry Right Away
Did you know that clean, wet fabrics can eventually turn smelly? Mold and mildew love dark, damp places, so don’t leave your wet laundry in the washer for too long. Also be sure that your laundry is actually dry before you leave the laundry room. If it’s still damp to the touch, toss it back in the dryer.
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