Fine mesh laundry netPlease use a fine-mesh laundry net for items that are labeled as hand-washable or for delicate lingerie. It can be washed gently since it is not exposed to the washing machine's water stream directly. The golden rule is to put one dish in one laundry net. If you are washing clothes with buttons or decorations that you are concerned about, placing them in a laundry net that is the same size as the clothes will prevent them from getting painful while being washed.
Large mesh laundry netThis is the most usable laundry net. You can use it with anything, including shirts and pants. It is convenient to have three types, large, medium and small, so that you can use them from small to large.
Round type laundry netThe net itself is round, so it rotates smoothly in the washing machine, preventing it from getting tangled with other laundry and allowing it to be washed evenly. The small size is recommended for washing small items. The large size is used for washing large items such as futons and carpets.
thick laundry netA thick laundry net made of several overlapping nets is recommended for washing dry-marked clothes that you want to soak and wash without moving the clothes, as they reduce the effects of water flow. Some laundry nets come with elastic to help you roll up your clothes and hold them in place, others have laundry nets that can be used to wash slippers and shoes, and some come with hangers that allow you to hang them to dry after washing.
Laundry net tricks to use
Shirts and blouses can be folded to keep their shape. It's better to have all the buttons on. Place printed items inside out to prevent fading. Also, even if delicate innerwear or blouses are not specified for hand washing, we recommend washing them in a laundry net.
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