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Ask Me Anything > washing clothes with different colors/required temperatures?

I would like to know if we put all of clothes which have different colors (dark and white)and required to be washed with different temperatures together, how would you handle it? For example, the towel and the bed sheet we would like to be washed HOT, and the clothes out of WOOL have to be watched cold. Should i separate them via color and temperature and material into different laundry bag or you would help wash them separately?

October 8, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJing Wang

Hi Ling Wang,

We are VERY meticulous when washing your clothes! Probably even more than you would think! We begin by sorting your laundry into whites, darks, and lights. We ALWAYS check all pockets and turn socks, tops, and other clothing right side out. Of course we wash all delicates (silk, nylon, rayon, poly-blend blouses/pants, underwear, bras) separately, and wash wool and cashmere in cold water. We also Pre-treat any stains we find with our special spray-on stain remover.

We wash whites with hot water and add bleach (unless you ask us not to use it), wash darks in cold water, and wash lights in warm water. We generally add Oxy Clean for heavily soiled laundry or items that have strong smells associated with them!! This works WONDERS, as washing in cold water with only detergent will not always remove strong smells from your laundry!

Next we dry your laundry on Permanent Press (Medium Heat), unless you have requested low or items to be hang dried.
If you have hang dry items, please bag them up separately! So that we can make sure not to dry something that you would prefer to hang dry!

We can follow ANY and ALL special instructions you may have, not request is too big or too small! I hope this answers your question! ;-)

October 16, 2013 | Registered CommenterThe Laundry Lounge