WeGoRo has recently learned some little-known yet effective tips that help hotel laundry workers achieve outstanding washing results. Today we gladly share them with our readers!
The ideal option is to load the machine to 80% of its capacity. If you put in too much linen, it won’t be washed properly. If, on the other hand, you put too few items into the machine, they might suffer damage.
A temperature of 104-140°F is considered optimal for disinfecting linen and removing dirt. Washing in cold water doesn’t destroy the bacteria and dust mites on bedsheets and towels, while hot water can damage the fabrics.
Conditioners tend to build up in fabric and eventually make towels rigid. To avoid this problem, hotel workers use white vinegar. Simply add 3 oz during rinsing to make the linen soft and remove traces of powder.
Experts recommend that you dry your washing outdoors, exposing it to sunlight. If you have to use the dryer, put a tennis ball inside the drum to make your towels soft and fluffy.