How do you wash clothes with labels?

How do you wash clothes with labels?

#1 Wash labels

  1. Machine wash. Normal. Machine wash.
  2. Machine wash. Medium. Machine wash.
  3. Machine wash. Gentle. Machine wash.
  4. Do not wash. Hand wash. Do not bleach.
  5. Tumble dry. Dry outside. Dry in the shade.
  6. Tumble dry. Low temperature. Line dry.
  7. Tumble dry. Normal temperature. Dry flat.
  8. Do not tumble dry. Drip dry.

What does P in a circle mean on washing instructions?

A circle with a letter inside it: If there’s a letter inside the circle (usually either an A, an F or a P), this is so the professional dry cleaner knows which method chemical wash to use.

What does washing symbol mean on Fabric label?

If you find the hand wash symbol on your garment’s fabric care label, wash the item by hand at 40 °C or lower, or use your washing machine’s hand wash program. Bleaching symbols on washing labels

Where do you find washing instructions on clothing?

Here, we will explain the most common washing instruction symbols on clothing wash care labels. The hand wash symbol is often found on the care labels of delicate materials such as wool and silk. For these items, you should hand wash them with a detergent specially designed for delicate fabrics.

What does the symbol mean on dry cleaning label?

If the label instructs you not to wash the item, it will have to be dry cleaned after it gets dirty – see the section on Dry Cleaning Symbols below. The next symbol on the care label is a triangle that refers to whether specific bleaching conditions are required for the item.

Can you put washing instructions on fabric tags?

As you can see from the large example on the left, these washing symbols are perfect for printing on any type of fabric. While they still can be added to more traditional clothing tags, if your washing instructions are going directly on the fabric, this is the set for you.