7 Things You Didn’t Know You Can Wash in your Washer

You must not be aware of the fact that laveuse LG can be used beyond washing your clothes. Don’t believe us? Know that many household messes can be cleaned in your appliance. Here are a few.

  1. Plastic shower curtains and liners

Many people just throw away the liners once it has accumulated soap scum. Know that you can save some money by throwing them into your washer with a few towels and wash it on cold and adding regular detergent. Your liners are now as good as new.

  1. Car mats

You may not know that the floor mats on your car are really washable in a washer. If they get filthy or spotted with spill stains, you can shoot the soiled areas with the help of a little stain remover before you wash them with normal detergent and drying them out. We advise you to not do this often in a month, but the rubber back could ruin from multiple spin cycles.

  1. Yoga mats

Unless the label says otherwise, know that most of the yoga mats are easily washable on the delicate cycle without any detergent and throw it in the dryer on medium heat.

  1. Rubber shower mats

When your non slip mat gets filthy, we advise you to run it through a regular cycle and throwing a few towels inside. Don’t forget to add a small amount of your normal detergent as well.

  1. Backpacks

Cloth and canvas bags like reusable grocery bags, backpacks, gym bags, purses and a lot more are easily washable. Just turn them inside out. You can put them in a mesh laundry bag and warm wash it with detergent. But if your bag is decorated with iron on decorations, then hand wash it.

  1. Rubber backed rugs and mats

Synthetic or cotton rugs that come equipped with rubber backs are easily washable at least once a month to get rid of the mold, mildew and other debris. Put a rug around the central agitator and throw in a few towels to balance the load. It is advisable to wash on cold and add small amount of detergent then dry it up.

  1. Sports gear

You can put your knee elbow and shoulder pads, gloves and shin guards in separate laundry bags and wash it on a regular and warm cycle. Add a tiny amount of detergent and hang it to dry.