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Zalmen Pollak Tips for Your Washer Dryer Not to Wrinklle Cloth

Possible Reasons and Cures for Wrinkling in the Washer and Dryer Reasons for wrinkling

Improper loading  of the load ( loading large, heavy items with lightweight, delicate materials).

  • Too many items in washer for your load size.
  • Use of incorrect wash Cycle and drying cycles.
  • Incorrect water level during the washing cycles (not enough water for The amount of clothes).
  • Washing repeatedly in water that is too hot for your cloth.
  • Accumulations of lime scale due to use of Different  detergents.
  • Failure to use fabric softener.
  • Leaving clothes in dryer after tumbling stops.
  • Too many items in dryer.
  • Too few items in dryer.

Steps to correct wrinkling

  • Re-tumble on “Permanent Press” setting with small load.
  • Re-rinse and dry on “Permanent Press” setting.
  • If unsuccessful, re-tumble on high heat for 10 ”“ 15 minutes and hang immediately.
  • Iron carefully.
  • If still wrinkled, you may need professional steaming.

Note: If you follow good laundry procedures and “permanent press” clothes still come out wrinkled, the finish may no longer be good quality. The permanent press “memory” has been worn away.

Steps to prevent wrinkling

  • Remove clothes immediately when dryer stops tumbling and place on hangers.
  • Dry only one washer load at a time. Do not combine loads.
  • If drying only one article, add two similar articles, even if dry, to ensure proper tumbling.
  • Avoid laundering heavy permanent press items, such as work clothes, with lighter permanent press items, such as shirts or blouses.
  • Do not washer permanent press items with ordinary items such as towels, bed linens, etc.
  • Items must have room to move freely. Permanent press loads should always be smaller than regular loads, and no more than medium loads.
  • Use Permanent Press Washer and Dry Cycles. This cycle provides a cool down rinse to minimize wrinkling.
  • Use Full water fill for medium load, Medium fill for small loads.
  • If a non-phosphate detergent must be used, avoid the use of a high-carbonate detergent (high carbonate would be in the 7% range).
  • Proper use of fabric softener will minimize wrinkling.
Tangled, Twisted, Knotted Clothes

Tangled, twisted or knotted clothes are usually a result of improper sorting of washer loads. To prevent clothing from knotting and twisting:

  • Avoid mixing heavy items with light items.
  • Avoid putting too many or too few items in the washer.
  • Make sure you set the proper water level for the size load you are doing. The water level should just cover the clothes.
  • Never wrap the clothes around the agitator.
  • Be sure your whasing machine  water is not too hot for the fabric.

Know How To Choose The Right Laundry Appliances – Posted By Zalmen Pollak