Laundry

At Spotlight, we have everything that you need for your laundry room, including airers to dry your clothes, bins to keep your dirty garments neat and tidy, ironing boards, baskets and more. We are confident that you will find the laundry tools and equipment for you amongst this fabulous selection. Update your laundry room with all the handy essentials that you could possibly need, with Spotlight's guaranteed low prices across the collection.

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Can I purchase laundry accessories from Spotlight?

Yes, you can. Make laundry simple and the clothes-washing process easier with our comprehensive selection of laundry accessories at Spotlight. With baskets, boxes, irons, boards, hampers and more, you can find everything that you need to keep your clothes looking great. Discover our superb laundry range, and stock up on these essential items online or at your local Spotlight store.

What is included in this range?

This range includes a whole host of products, essentials, equipment and more, all of which have been designed to make laundry less of a chore. Keep all of your dirty clothes in one place with one of our stylish laundry hampers. Whether it is for your bedroom, bathroom or if you are looking for one for each room, you are sure to find a basket that will complement your interior design perfectly in this selection. If you are looking to organise the laundry process, then check out our selection of stockable drawers, baskets, and storage trays.

Drying your clothes with an airer is a great way to save on using your tumble dryer and is a more cost-effective and ecologically friendly method to drying clothes. Keep clothes looking pressed to perfection with irons, ironing boards and ironing board covers. Whatever your laundry needs, we are sure to have the perfect solution, at the perfect price, in this range.

How do I choose a wash setting?

Knowing your laundry symbols is a great way to stay on top of the wash, and it is important to check clothing to see what cycle would be most suitable. One of the best ways to get on top of the laundry process is by sorting stains out straight away. Find a food stain remover, check out natural stain removal options online, and try to treat the stain as soon as it has occurred. A normal or regular cycle is best for whites, sheets, and towels and this will remove stains and dirt with a fast spin cycle. A delicate cycle will use a slow spin, and this will gently clean your delicate garments, including wool, silk and other more fragile fabrics.

The permanent press cycle cleans everyday clothes easily, and this is perfect for jeans, polyesters and any other non-cotton or synthetic materials. It is also important to consider the temperature that you use, to prevent colours from running or bleeding into each other. A hot setting is reserved for whites, cotton fabrics, bed sheets, baby clothes and any heavily soiled items. Alternately, a cold setting is more suited to bright colours and delicate fabrics, and this is also gentler on your clothes.

Do you have any other tips for doing laundry?

Keeping on top of laundry can be a challenge, particularly in a big household when socks and dirty tees seem to multiply all on their own. Make laundry even less of a chore by keeping organised. Affordable laundry baskets are also an excellent tool for keeping your clothes sorted and separated. If you have lots of washing to do, then sorting it out into separate baskets before you begin your loads will ensure that you have everything together.

Multiple baskets being in the bedroom will mean that you sort your clothes our as they get dirty, saving you lots of time later on. It is always recommended that when you wash your clothes, you close any zips, straighten sleeves and trouser legs, and make sure that they are the right way around. Consider how you are going to dry your clothes. Although tumble dryers are great if the weather is bad, there is nothing quite like clothes that have dried on the line. If you do use your tumble dryer, it is essential that you do not overload your dryer and ensure that your clothes have enough room to tumble. There is nothing worse than being faced with a pile of ironing, and you can iron shirts when they are wet to make the task even easier. You can also hang clothes in the bathroom while you are taking a shower, and some of the creases will drop out all on their own.

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