An employee of a clothing recycling company has revealed the optimal frequency of washing various closet items. The Daily Mail publishes the relevant material.
Australian Alexis Todorovski revealed the top mistakes people make when cleaning outerwear during the cold season. It turns out that hats, scarves and gloves should be washed more often than other things - at least once a week. "It is important to remember that they are the ones in constant contact with the skin," explained the expert.
At the same time Todorovski emphasized that wool sweaters and sweaters, on the contrary, it is better to subject them to mechanical cleaning less often: it is enough to wash them every two or three socks in delicate washing mode. At the same time, sweatshirts and sports pants should be sent to the washing machine after five socks or every sports activity.
In addition, it turned out that jackets can be worn four or five times before washing, and clothes made of fleece - six or seven times. Coats, jackets and down jackets need to be washed the least often, namely once a year before the summer season. Jeans, according to the expert, should be washed as infrequently as possible, and the resulting contamination should be cleaned with a damp cloth.
Earlier in May, blogger Liz Amaya also shared information on the optimal frequency of towel washing. Thus, large towels used for the body after showering should be washed after every three uses. At the same time, the expert noted that smaller towels, such as kitchen towels, should be washed daily.