Washing & Drying
If you are searching for accessories and equipment for your laundry room, then you are sure to find what you are looking for amongst this collection. We have a range of airers available, in an assortment of styles and designs so that you can choose the right one for you. Shop hampers to keep your dirty laundry off the floor or baskets to transport your clean laundry to the washing line. Upgrade your laundry game and shop Washing & Drying online or at your local Spotlight store today.
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Can I purchase washing and drying from Spotlight?
Yes, you can. While nobody looks forward to doing the laundry, it is a necessary chore that we can rarely avoid. At Spotlight, we have everything that you could possibly need to get your laundry done. Our washing and drying range includes a whole host of equipment, accessories, tools and more that will help to make the whole process easier. Upgrade your laundry game and discover our extensive washing and drying selection at Spotlight.
What is included in this range?
This range includes our selection of washing and drying equipment and accessories at Spotlight, with everything that you need for washing and drying your clothes. This range also features our collection of airers, which could be the perfect option for drying your clothes. Whether you are trying to reduce energy costs, do better for the environment, or do not have a tumble dryer in your home, a clothes airer could be a perfect choice. Whatever your laundry needs, make the job easier and discover our superb washing and drying selection today.
Do you have any tips for drying my clothes?
If you are looking for tumble drying tips or air dry perfection, then there are a few things that you can do to help. Whether you have a tumble dryer or not, an airer is a useful thing to have around the home. If there is no rush to dry your clothes or you have a tumble dryer break down, these provide you with the perfect place to get things dry. When you are using your drying rack, it is important that place your clothes carefully to ensure that there is air around the items and appropriate ventilation around each garment. If you cannot dry your clothes outside, then try to avoid hanging wet clothes in the living area or your bedroom.
If you are concerned about possible damp or mould spores and if you dry your clothes indoors regularly, it is recommended that you use a dehumidifier to reduce the impact of this. If drying indoors is your only option, then you can also put your clothes on an extra spin in the washing machine to remove more excess water. One of our favourite top tips for drying clothes in your tumble dryer is to put a dry towel in with your wash. This will absorb moisture and help your clothes to dry even faster.
What washing machine cycle should I choose for my clothes?
Knowing your laundry symbols is a great way to make sure that your wash is a success, and it is essential to check your garment care labels to see what cycle would be most suitable. One of the best ways to get on top of the laundry process is by addressing stains as soon as possible. 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.