The better you care for your clothes, the longer they’ll last and better they’ll continue to look. That’s why clothes makers put hieroglyphics so you can be even more confused when doing your laundry or force you to throw it in a pile to send to the dry cleaners.
Since most of us don’t want to or can’t really afford the dry cleaners, we must empower ourselves to unveil the secret codes to the almighty washer and dryer process. You have two choices, you can either go “Indiana Jones” and wash your way through the death defying journey of interpretation or go with Shop RTO.
Here is a simple table of the most used laundry cleaning symbols and what they mean. We expect you to memorize these quickly for a test coming soon. Or, just bookmark this page and refer to it every time you are wondering what to do when washing and drying a garment you’re not sure of.