Sort it out!
Your first task is to sort those clothes into groups that go together: whites, dark colours, light colours and delicates. Just drop them into a basket and you’re done. Probably a good idea to take them off first, too.
Now you have a laundry basket of clothes that can all be washed together, you’ve got no excuse not to use a full load. If you’re unable to, for whatever reason, make sure to use the half load function on your washing machine.
Keep that mud caked cycle gear away from your once worn dress, too.
Top Tip: Some clothes will still need different treatment, depending on their laundry care labels. A great way to make this easier is by making a mark on the label with a permanent marker. Any matching clothes will have the same colour mark on the label. How easy is that?
Dose it up
For a great wash, you need the right amount of detergent. Step one is to always check the box. Here you’ll find just how much you need to a big wash, half wash, slightly dirty and dirtier than a pig after a mud bath dirty.
Remember, adding too much detergent isn’t a good thing. It wastes money and may leave marks on your clothes afterwards. Too little and you could end up with clothes just as dirty as before.
Top Tip: With Daz, you can use less detergent and you only need to wash once: no extra scrubbing or soaking, just a superior clean without extra steps.