-Don’t overload your washing machine
When a washing machine is stuffed to the brim, clothes don’t get cleaned or rinsed properly. Stains will stay put, and you could wind up with a work, ripped, or pilled wardrobe and a broken washing machine. Make sure the load size is less than 3/4 full.
-Turn clothes inside out
When fabrics rub together in the wash, it creates fuzz that can knock the color right out of your clothes. Keep color in its place by turning clothes inside out before you toss them in the wash.
-Use less detergent
Using too much detergent is actually worse than not using enough because it speeds up the wear and tear of our clothes and sends your money down the drain. Take the time to read the directions and measure the proper amount of detergent required for your load.