Can vs cannot: Surprising things you can put in your washing machine and dryer


No judgment, it doesn’t matter if you’re still wading into the world of doing your own chores or if you’ve been doing your laundry for years, we’ve all ruined something in the wash at some point. Here’s a little lesson in adulting for all of us on what you can put in the washing machine and dryer, and what you should never tempt fate by throwing in with your laundry. Take note, folks…

Don’t roll your eyes, it has to be said – before you do anything, read the care label! Spoiler alert: it tells you what to do. Besides, you might not even be aware that you’re wearing acrylic or new wool and might need to treat that new piece particularly gently. But, don’t buy into all the common ‘rules’ for washing your clothes either. If you’ve done your research, you’ll know there’s some amazing tech behind the washing machines and dryers by Bosch that will be a total game-changer. Yes, we do love our clothes here, but we don’t want to spend all our time cleaning them…

 

Wool jumpers can be cleaned in a Bosch washing machine on the correct settingSometimes you can be a rule breaker with those wool pieces and delicates. Photography: Dan Gold.CAN:

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