Yes, You CAN Wash That!

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If you’re obsessed with clothes, you probably go out of your way to take care of them. So when you’re dealing with delicate fabrics, you often think that dry cleaning is the only option. But, more clothes are washable than you think.

First, always read the clothing label. When the label does not include “Dry Clean Only”, be sure to add Lenor Fabric Conditioner to your wash—it helps protect your clothes from stretching, fading and bobbling.

How to Wash Wool Jumpers

Wool needs to be washed slightly differently than your other jumpers . Wool doesnt need to be washed frequently, so wear your jumper a few times before washing. Use a delicate or hand-wash setting on the machine. The temperature setting should be the same for wash and rinse (either warm or cold). Add Lenor Fabric Conditioner to help protect your jumper from stretching. Finally, lay your jumper flat to dry.

How to Wash a Silk Blouse

First, turn your blouse inside out. Use a delicate or hand-wash setting on the machine. Set temperature to cold/cold. Use just a small amount of liquid detergent. Add Lenor Fabric Conditioner to help protect your blouse from bobbling. As soon as the cycle ends, remove blouse promptly to reduce wrinkles. Then, lay flat to dry. Iron while still slightly damp (use a low setting).

How to Wash Dark Denim

Jeans can be tricky to wash, especially dark denim. Before washing, turn your jeans inside out, button any buttons, and zip up any zippers. Set your machine to a gentle or hand-wash setting. Use Ariel Colour Detergent and add Lenor to help protect jeans from fading. Hang, and allow to air dry.

Stop clothes from fading away too soon.