LAUNDRYMAN’S TIPS ON HOW TO ELIMINATE SUDS IN YOUR WASHING MACHINE
Published on 10th January 2020
When it comes to washing your laundry, like others, you may also think that using extra detergent leads to cleaner clothes. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Using more than required detergent causes oversudsing, or over foaming in simple terms. Suds leave residue on your clothes and make it difficult for you to eliminate it from the washer. If you are also facing such issues and find it difficult to overcome, LaundryMan is here to help! Let’s take a quick look at how you can eliminate Suds or avoid it in the first place only.
Less Phosphate Detergent: Detergents rich in phosphate create more suds when mixed with water. So, it is important to use less phosphate or no phosphate detergents. HE-Detergents contain the least percentage of phosphates. Before selecting a detergent for your washer, check the label for phosphate percentages and, select accordingly.
Less Detergent: The easiest and best method to reduce suds is using less detergent. It is a very well-known fact that soft water uses less detergent, and hard water uses more detergent to create foam. Depending on the nature of water, start with using less detergent quantity and, with time, understand the ideal quantity for your laundry wash. However, you must refer to the label as well to narrow down your usage variation.