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Homecare & Laundry

Homecare & Laundry

Homecare & Laundry

Laundry matters

It’s normal to do laundry at least once a week.

For optimal hygiene:

  • wash all underwear after each wear
  • everyday garments after about two to four times of wear
  • wash towels each week

bedding should be changed every 2 weeks as a minimum.

Our clothes and sheets soak up the sweat and dirt. If you don’t wash your clothes as often as you should, it can lead to body odour and other skin problems.

Separate clothes wisely: While separating lights and darks is a given, there are several other ways to divide clothing to ensure cleaner results. Separate dirty or muddy items from lightly soiled clothing, and abrasive fabrics (denim) from delicate ones.

Don’t overload the machines: Give your garments the freedom to spin around the drum, and evenly distribute detergent and fabric conditioner. Avoid filling your dryer to the brim, so that everything can be dried evenly.

Check your pockets!

How to stop clothes smelling damp when drying indoors: Ultimately, this damp smell is caused by trapped moisture within the folds and the fabric of your clothes. This means that it’s important to dry your clothes fast if you want to stop your clothes from smelling damp when you dry them indoors.

  1. Reduce your load size
  2. Use a dehumidifier
  3. Don’t overuse laundry products
  4. Use a heated clothes airer
  5. Use white vinegar
  6. Give your washing an extra spin
  7. Use tin foil
  8. Clean the washing machine
  9. Clean your airer



How to Do Laundry

Household chores

Regardless of how long you spend at home each day, it’s crucial that you regularly set aside time to clean it. There are numerous reasons for this, including:

  • Stopping the spread of germs
  • Eliminating dust if you have allergies
  • Improving your mental health
  • Getting rid of bugs and pests

Recommended everyday cleaning tasks:

  • Clean your dishes
  • Give your bathroom a quick wipe down
  • Air your bed out and make it
  • Wipe down kitchen surfaces and the sink
  • Sweep your kitchen floor to get rid of crumbs

Recommended weekly cleaning tasks:

  • Mop or vacuum all your floors
  • Dust and wipe down furniture
  • Scrub down your bathroom surfaces (including mirrors)
  • Clean your kitchen sponges thoroughly
  • Get rid of any food in your fridge or cupboards that’s going off

Recommended monthly or bi-monthly cleaning tasks:

  • Wipe down the inside of your fridge and freezer
  • Clean your oven, hob, dishwasher and the inside of your washing machine
  • Dust any blinds you might have
  • If you have a shower curtain, give it a wash or replace it
  • Clean under and behind all your furniture


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