7 Ways You're Doing Laundry Wrong
Beyond sorting lights from darks, there's an art to getting clothes really clean, and chances are you're unwittingly making some mistakes. We asked laundry experts to give us the dirt.
To keep your dark clothes (especially cotton) from fading, you know to wash them inside out, in cold water—but you need to skip the dryer, says Gagliardi. The heat is far more damaging to dark-colored clothing. "Air-drying is the secret to keeping clothing looking like new," says Lindsey Boyd, co-founder of The Laundress