Hot Water Laundry Wash

In the past, it was necessary to wash bedding, clothing, and other fabrics in hot water to remove dust mites and other harmful allergens.  But in order to kill the allergens, the water has to be as hot as 130°F, or more.  However, not all people keep their water heater at a high enough level, and if the water were that hot, there is a danger of damaging the fabric causing the colors to fade.  Now, there is no need for hot water washing because there are new detergent products in the market that are made specifically to remove dust mites, pet dander, pollens, mildew, and mold in all water temperatures.

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jake:

Bull…you state that there are products, but you do not list any.

January 29th, 2014 | 7:44 pm
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