Wash all of your clothes inside out to protect the fibers against damage from the washing machine drum and other fabrics. Sometimes zippers, buttons etc. can get caught on other clothes, leading to damage. Also, depending on fabrics (sequins, patterned shirts) that need extra care during the wash cycle, wash your clothes on the gentle cycle, in cold water and use Woolite to keep your clothes looking like new for over 30 washes.
Just like other machines that are used often, washing machines need to be cleaned to remove e.g. chlorine, dirt and smells. Your washing machine's handbook contains cleaning instructions that will tell you how to best clean the machine. Most manufacturers recommend running the machine empty at a high temperature (60 or even 90 degrees). Naturally, a clean machine will help provide the best washing results with Woolite.
When you buy a new washing machine, look for the one that is best for the environment (energy and water consumption). You can also save on energy by washing clothing on low temperatures when possible!
Some fabrics require that you tumble dry them in low heat, or that you don't tumble dry them at all. If you're not sure, visit our Fabric's Care Symbol Guide!
Woolite recommends that you save energy and water by washing at low temperatures.