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HowStuffWorks Illustrated: Let's Learn Laundry Symbols

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Let's finally memorize those laundry symbols once and for all.
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SaladBoi37 (1 month ago)
No Christmas Cracker!!
Johnny Ho (5 months ago)
In The End the symbol was wiring.2:03
EET FUK (8 months ago)
I wonder how companies expect us to know what these mean without looking it up...School didn't teach me this.
Max the Madvertiser (8 months ago)
Awesome, now I can do laundry. Thanks, interweb.
Mike Gonzalez (8 months ago)
Wring dry. ( twist until dry).
Veritas Enigma (8 months ago)
This channel is basically dead!
KampfMuffin (8 months ago)
Bless god i dont have to do this...
Joe Brown (8 months ago)
It's interesting to see that some of the thinking behind these was actually solid - the consistency of the temperature indicators, for example - despite the fact that in general they're notoriously poorly designed. "If you move this tiny line to a different edge of the circle, it means something completely different!" Yeah, genius, I mean, the connections between southwest and a short cycle, and northeast and no steam... so intuitive and not at all arbitrary!
Ag Jr (8 months ago)
Who dries with NO HEAT????
Joe Brown (8 months ago)
Didn't you know? If you just jumble wet fabrics into a ball and toss them in circles they get real dry, and it only takes several hours.
Ian ofalltrades (8 months ago)
Ring dry
Brian Williams (8 months ago)
Hold up.... People read these?
Dutchik (8 months ago)
Why the dots. Here it is just a number
Martin Kronström (8 months ago)
I never realized that the triangle symbol for bleach has 2 sharp corners and one rounded.