Put the clothes in the sink before you fill it up
The strength with which water will fall on clothes can cause stress on the fabric, and if you put the detergent directly on the clothes, you risk falling deeper into the fabric’s material and rinsing it more difficult.
Instead, fill the sink or washbasin in which you will wash with lukewarm or cold water (as indicated on the label) and fill the detergent until it is full.
Stir until the water is foamed and make sure that the preparation is completely dissolved.
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Then add the laundry.
Rub the spots
Aggressive scrubbing can damage tissues, especially when they are more gentle. Treat the stains gently by gently rubbing the dirty stain with a liquid detergent or stain for stains with your fingertips. Thus it will penetrate the inside of the tissue. Then immerse the garment in the soapy water several times and squeeze.… Read the rest