Oh, the laundry. The never-ending cycle of filthy clothing, detergent, and hopefully, clean clothing. Have you ever thought about the steps your dress takes before they are nicely folded and placed in a drawer? My friends, let me take you on a tour of the mysterious realm of commercial laundry.
The filthy stage is up first. Your garments start their voyage in this place, covered in grime, sweat, and perhaps a few stains. But do not worry; the next phase has here.
The sorting phase comes next. Depending on the color, fabric, and degree of soiledness, you divide your clothing into various heaps. This step is crucial because it prevents your whites from becoming pink and your delicates from being destroyed in the washing machine.
The pre-treatment phase follows sorting. Here, you use a stain remover or laundry detergent to take care of any stains that are especially difficult to remove.
The washing process follows. Your garments are placed in the washing machine at this point, along with laundry detergent and water, and are agitated to get rid of dirt and stains. Additionally, we can conserve water and energy while still getting clean clothes thanks to the development of high-efficiency washing machines.
The drying stage should be started after the washing stage is finished. Here, the laundry is placed in the dryer and dried with heat and a rotating drum. Additionally, dryers may turn themselves off when the garments are dry, thanks to the development of moisture sensors, which reduce energy use and guard against overdrying.
The ironing process begins once the clothing has dried. This is where the dress is pressed to make them look its best and remove creases.
The folding and storing stage is the last. Here, you fold the clothing before storing it in the appropriate closets or drawers.