Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent

Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent

Using Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent is quite simple. Here's a step-by-step guide:

  1. Preparation: Sort your laundry according to color, fabric type, and level of soiling. Follow the garment care labels for washing instructions.

  2. Measure: Determine the appropriate amount of detergent needed for your load size. Refer to the packaging for dosing instructions. In general, for a regular-sized load, you'll use around one capful or scoop of detergent.

  3. Loading the Machine: Load your laundry into the washing machine, ensuring not to overload it. Overloading can prevent clothes from getting clean and rinsing properly.

  4. Adding the Detergent: Pour the measured amount of Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent directly into the detergent dispenser or into the washing machine drum before adding your clothes.

  5. Optional: Pretreating Stains: For tough stains, you can apply a small amount of undiluted Arm & Hammer detergent directly onto the stained area before washing. Rub the detergent gently into the fabric and let it sit for a few minutes before washing as usual.

  6. Selecting the Wash Cycle: Choose the appropriate wash cycle and water temperature for your laundry load. Refer to the garment care labels for guidance. Arm & Hammer detergent works well with both cold and warm water, but for heavily soiled items, warmer water may be more effective.

  7. Starting the Wash: Close the washing machine lid or door and start the wash cycle according to the manufacturer's instructions.

  8. Removing and Drying: Once the wash cycle is complete, remove your laundry promptly from the washing machine. Transfer them to the dryer or hang them to air dry, depending on the fabric care instructions.

  9. Enjoy Fresh, Clean Laundry: Your laundry should now be clean and fresh-smelling, thanks to the power of Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent.

Always remember to follow the dosing instructions provided on the detergent packaging and the care labels on your clothing for best results and to preserve the quality of your garments.

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