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Where To Buy Woolite Dark

Do you separate your laundry into colors, materials or delicates? Check to see whether the laundry detergent pods are designed for all types of clothes or specific ones. For example, some are best for whites or darks while others are ideal for woolens or delicates.

where to buy woolite dark

A: Always consult your care label for wash instructions. If your garment is machine washable, you can use Studio by Tide. Try using Studio by Tide Delicates for your delicate fabrics like silk, satin, lace, or wool. You can use Studio by Tide Darks and Colors to help prevent fading on your brightly colored garments or dark denim.

A: Acrylic is a man-made fiber created as a substitute for wool and is often used alone or blended with other fibers in knit garments such as sweaters. It is known for its stretch and color-fastness. Check care label. For machine washable garments, use Studio by Tide and in cold water; tumble dry on cool.Cashmere Some cashmere garments can be hand washed. Cashmere fibers can also be blended with other fibers to make machine washable garments. If hand washable, wash high content cashmere garments in cold water with Studio by Tide. Gently squeeze the water through the garment, then rinse until the water runs clear. Do not wring or twist. Squeeze out excess water. If machine washable, wash on cold water in the gentle cycle with Studio by Tide. Dry naturally.Cotton is a natural fiber obtained from cotton plants and is readily dyed. It is found in woven and knit garments and is known for its easy care. The vast majority of cotton garments are machine washable and dryable. Cotton is often combined with other fibers like elastane to give them extra stretch. Cotton fibers can shrink unless the fabric has been preshrunk or processed, so refer to the care label. Most cotton items may be machine washed in warm water using Studio by Tide. However, recommend washing bright and dark colored cotton items in cold water along with Studio by Tide Darks and Colors as it may help prevent color fading and dye transfer.Elastane is a man-made fiber and can be stretched to 4-7 times its length with great elastic recovery. As little as 2% elastane when blended with other fibers like cotton, polyester and nylon provides stretch, compression and body conscious silhouettes to garments. Follow care label instructions. Most garments containing elastane can be machine-washed with Studio by Tide. Note, avoid hot water and chlorine bleach as both can damage the elastane fibers. Unless care labels advise otherwise, tumble dry elastane-containing garments on cool.Polyester is a man-made fiber that is used alone or blended with other fibers in fabrics. It is strong, light-weight, color-fast, and resistant to wrinkling, stretching, and shrinking. Due to its versatility and durability it is one of the most prominent fibers in fabrics today. It is commonly machine washable. Follow care label instructions. Use Studio by Tide on the warm setting. Tumble dry polyester garments on the cool setting. Remove garments from the dryer while still slightly damp to prevent wrinkles and avoid a static buildup. If ironing is required, use a low heat: polyester will melt beneath a hot iron.Rayon is the oldest commercial man-made fiber and is engineered from regenerated plant fibers. Originally created to simulate silk, it is known for softness, drape, and dyeability It requires delicate care in the pure form but can be blended with other fibers to create machine washable garments. Refer to care label instructions. If machine washable, wash in cold water with Studio by Tide in the gentle cycle. Promptly remove garments after washing and dry naturally and lay flat to dry. Iron when still damp and with the garment inside out to prevent the fabric from becoming shiny. Use a pressing cloth when ironing the right side of the garment.Silk is a natural fiber spun by moth larvae (silk worms). It has natural cooling and heating properties and is known for its softness, luster, and drape. It requires delicate care but in some cases can be blended with other fibers to create machine washable garments. Dyes on silk fabrics may bleed so always refer to care label instructions. If hand washable, wash high content silk garments in cold water with a mild detergent. To dry, roll the garment in a towel to press out moisture, and then lay flat or hang to dry. If machine washable, wash on cold water in the gentle cycle with Studio by Tide. Dry naturally. Use a warm iron if necessary and press on the back side.Wool is a natural fiber obtained from sheep. The weakest of the natural fibers, it is known for excellent stretch, air circulation, and insulation even when wet. Garments made of wool are prone to felting (seen as shrinking) unless the wool is specially processed and/ or blended with other fibers to make it hand or even machine washable. Refer to care label instructions. If hand washable, wash high content wool garments in cold water with a mild detergent. If machine washable, wash on cold water in gentle cycle with Studio by Tide.

Below I've gathered quite a few Woolite for Darks detergent reviews, experiences from real people who've used it, and opinions.google_ad_client="pub-2194995392836201";google_ad_slot="7096547789";google_ad_width=336;google_ad_height=280;This laundry detergent, which comes in liquid form, and also recently has become available in pacs, is designed for use on dark clothes and jeans.While it is not exactly a delicates wash detergent, and is designed to be used on many types of clothing, it is advertised as being good for these dark types of clothing because of its promise of no fading, stretching of shrinking.Woolite, in general, is a brand known for its promise to clean clothes gently, and without damage.You can read more Woolite laundry detergent reviews here on the site, since the Woolite Darks is just one of several different types of this detergent available.Along with the specialty nature of this detergent, it also has a pretty hefty price tag, at least compared to many others, when comparing the cost per load. One of the things the reviews below addresses is whether that additional price is worth it, for these readers, compared to the way the detergent works to wash their clothes, and hopefully to preserve the colors and fit.In addition, there is only a scented version of this detergent, and no unscented is available. Some people are totally fine with that, but that does have some consequences for allergic reactions experienced by some, which is also a topic discussed below in some of the reviews.amzn_assoc_placement="adunit0";amzn_assoc_search_bar="true";amzn_assoc_tracking_id="stainremoval101-20";amzn_assoc_ad_mode="manual";amzn_assoc_ad_type="smart";amzn_assoc_marketplace="amazon";amzn_assoc_region="US";amzn_assoc_title="Woolite Detergent Varieties Referral Links";amzn_assoc_linkid="30345a50d967199b43cdd31f0053220e";amzn_assoc_asins="B004S66754,B076PNL45Y,B0722W5V6F,B07KFNSNXF,B07KFHPZ6H,B07KFH3YZF,B000VPBNJQ,B007UTL4J0";Scroll down now to read the reviews submitted, and if you've used this product I'd love to hear your experiences and opinions as well. You can click here to submit your own Woolite detergent review, or you can also comment below.

Barb says:I wear a lot of dark slacks and tops to work.Some of them contain washing instructions requiring cold water and use of the gentle cycle, or as an alternative they may be dry cleaned. Dry cleaning is very expensive and I have never had good luck with any of the "home dry cleaning" products that are available in the grocery store. Since my work clothes are only lightly soiled I will wash them all (warm and cold water garments) in cold water with the Woolite. For the tops I will pour some of the Woolite directly on the collars before putting them in the wash. When it comes to pretreating occasional stains, usually on my tops, I reach for the Shout Gel, however I add one step to the process that I normally do not do for pretreating stains in a normal wash cycle. For my gentle cycle wash I will apply a small amount of Shout to hidden area such as an inseam, to determine whether the garment is colorfast. This is an important step when it comes to washing garments that are hand washable or gentle cycle cold water washables. In addition I never leave the Shout on for more than 5 minutes before washing. Once again this is different from pretreating most of the stains on the kids clothes where I will apply the Shout and throw it in the hamper until wash day. Note that while the Shout gel does caution you to not leave the product on bright or khaki garments for more than a few minutes it does not address the dark, gentle care garments.This product is well worth the extra money spent as it drastically reduced my dry cleaning bills.amzn_assoc_placement="adunit0";amzn_assoc_search_bar="true";amzn_assoc_tracking_id="stainremoval101-20";amzn_assoc_ad_mode="manual";amzn_assoc_ad_type="smart";amzn_assoc_marketplace="amazon";amzn_assoc_region="US";amzn_assoc_title="Woolite For Darks Referral Links";amzn_assoc_linkid="30345a50d967199b43cdd31f0053220e";amzn_assoc_asins="B004S6C0I2,B07KFHPZ6H,B0019D546C,B076PNL45Y";

I love this product and cannot bear to be without it. I wash my knit black pants in it and they always look new after washing. Usually I do not dry them but hang them inside to dry (do not put dark clothes in the sun to dry). I think Woolite's light scent is very nice. I can use cheaper products for other delicates but I have to have Woolite Dark for my knits and dark sweaters.Taylor says:Thanks for your review!Are you looking for a delicate wash for hand washing clothing, or use in a gentle cycle? If so, make sure to check out my round up of delicate wash reviews here.

I've gotten quite a few comments and reviews about this product from readers, who've complained about allergic reactions to the Woolite Darks.Since there is not an unscented version of this product, it's not surprising that some people are allergic (though of course not all). (To learn more about why fragrance is a common laundry allergen check out this article about laundry detergent allergies.)Here are some of these reader reviews, and there are more in the comments:Elsie said:Because Cheer discontinued their Cheer for Darks I started using Woolite for Darks instead. I wear a lot of dark clothing, especially shirts. I have noticed itching under my arms. The only thing that was different or new was the Woolite dark. I never had a problem with Cheer for Darks. When I wear light colored shirts I do not have the itching problem. I would love to know what is in the Woolite for Darks that causes my problems.SR101 reader says:I would have liked this product, if only they could have toned down or completely eliminated the fragrance. It is overpowering and can be breathtaking, so I avoid using it on any clothing that's above the waist. I cannot even do laundry when my family is home, as it permeates the house.So, where is the fragrance-free version?Taylor says:The SR101 reader makes a good point, because Woolite is not, at this time, attempting to make a hypoallergenic version of this product for allergy sufferers.Therefore, if you're experiencing allergies when using this product I suggest you instead try to find a hypoallergenic detergent that might do the job for you. 041b061a72


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