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The correct way to use liquid detergent

Prevent your liquid detergent from settling in the machines hoses and bypassing your laundry Liquid detergent Liquid detergent is considered to be a good all-rounder detergent. It’s usually cheaper than Liquid tablets, but often a little more expensive than Powder detergent. Liquid detergent dissolves very quickly; because it’s already in liquid form, and is fairly easy to measure the correct amount of detergent for your wash. It can be easily used as a pre-treatment for difficult stains by applying the liquid detergent directly to the fabrics surface. Also, Liquid detergents leave fewer residues on your laundry. Using liquid detergent in your washing machine You may think using Liquid detergent in your washing machine is simple, but you could be doing it all wrong? All front loader washing machine have been designed for the use of powdered detergent, liquid detergent is a relatively new form of detergent. In the Soap drawer there are normally three compartments; one large compartment where you put powered detergent in when you're doing a 'main wash', another compartment where you put powered detergent in when you want to do a 'pre-wash' and a small compartment /dispenser where you add the liquid fabric softener. The correct way to use liquid detergent If you pour the liquid detergent into your washing machines Soap drawer; most of the liquid detergent could go astray in the machines soap drawer compartment and Sump hose, completely bypassing the drum and your laundry – reducing the effectiveness of the liquid detergent. The correct way to use liquid detergent in your washing machine is to pour the liquid into a dosing ball and place on top and the back of the laundry; this will prevent the liquid from settling in your machines hoses. Originally, every new bottle of liquid detergent came with a dosing ball? The detergent manufacturers are no longer supplying the dosing balls with their liquid detergent anymore; their trying to improve their green credentials (also known as greenwashing) in the wake of growing environmental awareness; along with the concerns over the increasing amount of plastic waste. Hang on to and reuse your existing dosing ball; because, pouring your liquid detergent into a dosing ball and placing it on top and the back of the laundry will significantly improve the effectiveness of using liquid detergent. If you don’t have one you’ll have to contact a detergent manufacturer and they’ll supply you with a dosing ball for free. See our: Links page for links to detergent manufacturer’s websites Also, see our guides to: Is Fabric softener necessary? - What is Oxy bleach stain remover?
Liquid Detergent
All content © 1999 - 2024 Penny Lane Domestic Appliances - Brand logos and images for informational purposes only

The correct way to

use liquid Detergent

Prevent your liquid detergent from settling in the machines hoses and bypassing your laundry Liquid detergent Liquid detergent is considered to be a good all-rounder detergent. It’s usually cheaper than Liquid tablets, but often a little more expensive than Powder detergent. Liquid detergent dissolves very quickly; because it’s already in liquid form, and is fairly easy to measure the correct amount of detergent for your wash. It can be easily used as a pre-treatment for difficult stains by applying the liquid detergent directly to the fabrics surface. Also, Liquid detergents leave fewer residues on your laundry. Using liquid detergent in your washing machine You may think using Liquid detergent in your washing machine is simple, but you could be doing it all wrong? All front loader washing machine have been designed for the use of powdered detergent, liquid detergent is a relatively new form of detergent. In the Soap drawer there are normally three compartments; one large compartment where you put powered detergent in when you're doing a 'main wash', another compartment where you put powered detergent in when you want to do a 'pre-wash' and a small compartment /dispenser where you add the liquid fabric softener. The correct way to use liquid detergent If you pour the liquid detergent into your washing machines Soap drawer; most of the liquid detergent could go astray in the machines soap drawer compartment and Sump hose, completely bypassing the drum and your laundry – reducing the effectiveness of the liquid detergent. The correct way to use liquid detergent in your washing machine is to pour the liquid into a dosing ball and place on top and the back of the laundry; this will prevent the liquid from settling in your machines Soap hoses. Originally, every new bottle of liquid detergent came with a dosing ball? The detergent manufacturers are no longer supplying a dosing balls with their liquid detergent anymore; their trying to improve their green credentials (also known as greenwashing) in the wake of growing environmental awareness; along with the concerns over the increasing amount of plastic waste. Hang on to and reuse your existing dosing ball; because, pouring your liquid detergent into a dosing ball and placing it on top and the back of the laundry will significantly improve the effectiveness of using liquid detergent. If you don’t have one you’ll have to contact a detergent manufacturer and they’ll supply you with a dosing ball for free. See our: Links page for links to detergent manufacturer’s websites Also, see our guides to: How to clean a smelly washing machine
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Dosing Ball
Soap drawer compartment
Place on top and the back of the laundry