Hello Everyone,Happy Thursday

Today we are looking at caring for your clothes.

Caring for your clothing makes them last longer.Every item of clothing in your wardrobe has a care label.

Laundry Symbols Made Simple: Guide to Clothing Care | LoveToKnow

Check your top you are wearing.Find the washing instructions label on the inside attached to the inside seam

The Washing Symbols on Your Clothes Explained: A Simple Guide - The Ironing  Lady Ltd

These are the symbols which are used to advise you how to wash a garment-find the washing Symbol on your top.

Care Symbols | Welcome to the Craft Yarn Council

These are the symbols which are used to advise you how to iron a garment-find the ironing symbol on your top.
How to Understand Fabric Care Labels - Ariel
.These are the symbols which are used to advise you how to dry a garment-find the drying symbol on your top.
Laundry Symbols Explained: Complete Care Label Guide
This symbol tells us the garment can only be Dry Cleaned,which means it needs to go to the dry cleaners and not washed at home.

Taking care of your clothes will make you look better, help them last longer, and save you a ton of money when compared to buying new ones. … Proper methods of cleaning, drying, and storing your clothes will both extend their life and make them look better.

Hanging Laundry Sign Set of 3 Whites Darks and Colors Card | Etsy

When putting clothes on to wash,they must be separated into 1 WHITE FABRICS…2.COLOURED FABRICS……3.DARK FABRICS.We need to do this to protect the quality of our clothing.

Want to keep your whites WHITE? Wash them with vinegar! Top tips on how to  get the best out of your wash | Daily Mail Online
How to Get Dye Out of Clothes - Persil
133,642 Hanging Clothes Stock Photos, Pictures & Royalty-Free Images -  iStock
dark clothing

Your little bit of work today is to look at a care label and write into your diary what you see-what the manufacturer is advising regarding care.

Sort the washing in your house over the next few days.Remember-whites -colours and dark clothes should be washed separately.

Remember email me agallagher@stbrigids.net