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3 Methods to Wash Pink Garments

3 Methods to Wash Pink Garments

Safir Ali

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This article was co-authored by Safir Ali. Safir Ali is the co-founder and CEO of Hamper Dry Cleaning & Laundry, a startup in Houston, Texas that is reshaping the laundry industry. With over six years of experience launching and operating Hamper, Safir specializes in innovative ways to make dry cleaning easier by using the experience of his family business. Safir holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from Texas A&M University. Hamper offers 24/7 on-demand dry cleaning and laundry through delivery and kiosk services. The hamper has been featured on the Houston Rockets, Station Houston, Houston Business Journal, BBVA, Yahoo Finance, and the Innovation Map. This article has been viewed 48,198 times.

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When you’re washing red clothes, try washing them alone or with other red clothes for the first 1 to 4 washes. This will prevent them from staining your other items. If you’re unsure whether your red clothing can still bleed in the wash, test it by spraying a small amount of water on a section of the fabric and blotting it with a paper towel. If the paper towel is stained, continue to wash the item alone. To help preserve the color of your red clothes, add 1 tablespoon (15 grams) of salt to the washer each time you wash them. Washing your clothes in cold water will also help keep them from fading or bleeding. To keep your red clothes vibrant and prevent fading, hang them to dry.

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