I’m a big believer in getting the most out of your laundry detergents, but I also know there are times when you just want to wash your clothes with the most minimal effort.
Here are some ways to keep your laundry dryer and detergent use on the lowest possible level.1.
Choose your detergent wisely.
I love that my old detergent bottles were so full of chemicals that it was almost like I was throwing out my clothes in the sink.
And I love that I could get rid of my detergent by simply spraying it into the sink instead of using a vacuum.
But it’s hard to wash laundry without it using a chemical rinse.
So, if you really don’t want to mess with your clothes in a big, messy bucket, consider opting for a better detergent.
That way, you won’t get the nasty residue left behind.2.
Use more detergent per wash.
If you use the same detergent in every wash, you’ll probably end up with a lot of detergent on your clothes.
If you have two or three different detergent brands to choose from, you may be better off just going with one brand that’s a bit cheaper.
And then, of course, you can buy a better laundry deterger at the same price.3.
Add more to your laundry.
If your laundry has a lot more clothes to wash, consider switching to using more detergers to get those extra clothes off.
For example, if your laundry is about 100 pounds, you might think it’d be a good idea to throw out all the clothes that weigh more than 100 pounds.
But if your clothes weigh more like 100 pounds each, then you’ll end up spending more money per wash, and you may end up wasting all the laundry detergers you used to use.4.
Add a rinse detergent for a quick wash.
The best way to get rid the residue left in your clothes by using a detergent is to add a rinse-and-dry cycle.
The best way is to wash the clothes in your detergent, rinse it off, and then put the clothes back in your washing machine to dry.
Then, you’re good to go.
If your clothes aren’t completely dry, you could add a fresh detergent to help prevent more residue from getting on the clothes.
But if your clothing is a bit wet, you want to add more deterges to get the clothes off, so you might want to do a full rinse.5.
Check your clothes before washing.
Don’t let the smell of detergants get in the way of a quick clean.
And if your washing detergent smells of ammonia or bleach, it might not be a detergant for you.
Just check out our laundry soap and detergency article for more tips.6.
Use detergent with less detergent and no rinsing.
You can get a lot out of a detergal, but you’ll need a little bit more of it to actually make a difference.
Detergents with a good detergent content tend to be a bit sticky and won’t easily soak up the clothes you’re washing.
If the clothes are too heavy, you don’t need to worry about this problem, but if the clothes aren the same weight as the detergent you bought, then it’s a little harder to use a deterger with less than the recommended amount of detergal.
If, however, you buy a lot, and use a lot on the same laundry, you will probably end with a more slippery detergent that’s easy to wash off.
So, for a wash that involves a lot less detergance, you should buy a less sticky detergent like our Laundromat brand.
If that doesn’t work, use a nonstick detergent instead of a stickier detergent—like the ones we recommend here.
You’ll also want to use detergences that don’t require you to add detergent every time you rinse, or at the end of a wash, when you wash your dirty clothes again.
But even if you’re not a fan of deterge, if the detergence is really good, you probably won’t have to worry.