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When Was the Washing Machine Invented? by Destrier

Before any kind of mechanical washers were invented, home washing was done in a wooden or galvanized tub. The clothes were rubbed on a corrugated washboard to force the water through and the dirt out. Then the wash was put through a wringer to squeeze out the excess water, and finally it was hung out […]

Detergent Allergy By Bidisha Mukherjee

You get a detergent allergy when your body reacts adversely to a specific component of the detergent. Gather more relevant information related to this topic from this article. There are many people who are allergic towards laundry detergents. They get it when their skin comes in direct contact with a particular detergent while using it. […]

Laundry Symbols and What They Mean By Abhijit Naik

We do notice them every day, but not many of us are aware of laundry symbols and their meaning. They are very easy to understand, and you don’t necessarily need to be a dry cleaner to understand them. Laundry symbols, also referred to as ‘care symbols‘, are graphic symbols in form of pictures, that represent […]

Laundry Day Blues, Whites and Rash Reds Find Relief With Shielding Lotions By Gloria MacTaggart

For some, skin sensitivities can be particularly bad immediately after Laundry Day. By taking a few preventative steps, using a good shielding lotion, and understanding how irritants contained in what is supposed to clean toxins from our clothes can affect our skin, may help those with sensitivities and dry skin find relief. The most common […]

Understanding Your Laundry Detergent by Donald Grummett

History ———— Soap has been around for 5000 years. Both the Egyptians and Babylonians used soap for personal cleaning. Soap then was a mixture of rendered animals fats and ashes. Although its basic principles remain the same, it is now made using a sophisticated chemical and manufacturing process. Do you know that during the middle […]

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