There are a lot of fun and interesting facts about laundry. Want to know about them? If yes, then read on:
1. During the early 19th century, people resorted to riverside washing. They would take their dirty clothes to the river and wash them using washing bat. People during those times would pre-treat the stains at home.
2. Before the 19th century, people made laundry soap at home by mixing fat, ash and salt. During the mid-1900s, with the advent of starch, soap and other washing aids, doing laundry become easier. Doing laundry once a week or on a particular “wash day” became a norm.
Singapore experiences tropical rainforest climate with no distinct season. The geographical location of the place gives it abundant rainfall and humidity. This makes difficult for people to dry clothes or enjoy summer sun for long time.
Here we have few easy tips to dry clothes easily at home.
The quality and longevity of your clothes not only depends on the way you wash and store it but, also on the way you dry it. Here are a few tips that will help you dry your clothes in a quick and efficient way:
1. Do not overload the dryer
Never pack your clothes in the dryer all at once. This will prolong the drying time. Moreover,overloading the dryer will ultimately result in wrinkled garments. Keep the loads small and let the clothes easily tumble inside the dryer.
2. Use a portable clothes rack
This is the best way to dry clothes naturally and quickly. Hang all your wet clothes in a line. Maintain space between them. This facilitates airflow and facilitates quick drying. Set the portable clothes drying rack in the open. Do not put them under direct sunlight as it fades the color.