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Getting to Know the Dirty Parts of Your Clothes
Getting to Know the Dirty Parts of Your Clothes

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Getting to Know the Dirty Parts of Your Clothes

Getting to Know the Dirty Parts of Your Clothes
Getting to Know the Dirty Parts of Your Clothes

What makes clothes dirty? It’s not simply its exposure to outside elements, much to everyone’s belief. It takes more than going out to get clothes in need of laundering. Factors such as what you do, where you went, your clothes’ fabric type, and even the weather can play a part in making them dirty. 



Remember that there is more to dirty clothes than just tossing them into a washing machine you bought. Identifying the soiled parts of your clothes is also essential for proper laundry handling. Read on!


Clothes’ Armpits


Deodorant stains coupled by the result of excessive sweat can leave this part of clothing dirty. Check if you need to change your deodorant type or food intake. While reaching for the bleach looks convenient, it can destroy the color or even the quality of your garment. Go for gentle products that can remove the stains such as lemon and water mixture or even vinegar.



After working out and sweating through your clothes significantly, your workout attire should go straight to the laundry. Your perspiration and contact with gym equipment makes activewear prone to odor-causing bacteria as well. Make sure to hang and dry them before mixing them with your other clothes in the hamper.



Changing clean undergarments every day is important to maintain proper hygiene. As underwears have sensitive fabrics, keep in mind to wash them by hand or through your trusted gentle washer. 


The hip portion of your bottoms


They say that jeans can be used two to three times in a row. But the question is, how does your typical day go? How many times do you sit outdoors and touch different surfaces? A microbiologist says most of the bacteria on outer clothes are at the hips of your everyday jeans. In addition, notice how most of those who wash their hands would dry it off by wiping it on this area. This increases moisture, which in turn, attracts bacteria. 



Beko’s SteamCure technology softens dirt making it easier to remove. It also helps reduce wrinkles on clothes which also means less iron time for you - especially when we are talking about jeans. 



Knowing when to line up your clothes for washing is important. Consider these tips and see how it can make a difference during your laundry days.