It claims to be an environmentally friendly, cheaper alternative to traditional laundry detergent.
When I heard about these all-in-one laundry detergent and dryer sheets that costs $20 and lasts for up to two months, I was all ears.
A viral "survey" from underwear maker Tommy John found that 45 percent of Americans have reportedly worn the same pair of underwear two or more days in a row.
You'll never have to use dryer sheets again with these balls that soften laundry naturally. But hurry, this deal ends soon.
Is Tide Cleaners is the future of laundry and dry cleaning? Here's what you need to know about Tide's newest app and innovation.
Upgrade your cleaning essentials with affordable eco-friendly products from Love Home and Planet, available at Target.
A housekeeper who worked at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., for three years is pulling back the curtain on President Trump's dirty laundry.
“When your white bodysuit from @missguided tells you to give your clothes to your mum to wash?” Lillian Eve shared on Twitter. Maybe that’s what some clothing manufacturers are counting on when they incorporate a cheeky “joke” into their washing instructions. When your white bodysuit from @missguided tells you to give your clothes to your mum to wash?
While everyone knows it’s important to throw their bath towels into the washing machine (you know this, right?), many people are most likely not laundering their towels (or tossing them into the hamper as frequently as they should. “
How often do you wash your bedsheets? Ok so we’d like to be washing our bedsheets more, but what with juggling a job, social life and Netflix subscription CONFESSION! it can take us a while to get round to it, like a few weeks while. According to a recent YouGov poll more than a third of us wait 14 days to wash our sheets, while a super slothy one in ten of us only get round to sticking them in the washing machine every four weeks.
Up until now we have all thought that it is perfectly acceptable to let our laundry bag fill right up to the top before tackling the dreaded washing. Bad news, science has spoken and it turns out we all should be doing our laundry a lot more than our allotted once a week *groan*.
Cozy and warm as they may be, I’m sure we can all recall an instance or ten where we’ve managed to ruin a perfectly good sweater due to laundry missteps or just sheer laziness. Stretching, shrinking and pilling are all too common #sweaterissues that plague our wardrobes.