How to wash cotton clothes

Cotton fabrics are one of the most popular and most appreciated by users. They are soft and delicate, and most importantly, they are natural. They provide comfort and have excellent absorption properties. To keep them in a good condition for as long as possible, follow the rules below:



  • Colorful cotton. If a stain occurs, before loading clothes into the washing machine, apply a small amount of Triumf Color onto a stain on colored fabrics. Put the cotton fabric into a bowl filled with cold water. Soak the fabric for 15 to 30 minutes, then gently wipe the stain. Spread shirts, pants or blouses out on a large towel and gently remove water from clothes. Additional tip: use a gentle washing cycle with cold water to better protect the colors.


  • White and light cotton fabrics. Wash in a washing machine in warm or hot water. For white and light clothes, always use powder with oxygen-based whitening compounds Triumf White.


  • Rinsing. Rinse the cotton fabric in a cycle with cold water. To avoid shrinking of the fabric, select the minimum spinning revolution. In the case of Triumf products, this is not a problem, because they allow you to get great results even in cold water.


  • Drying and ironing. Straighten clothes after taking them out from the washing machine to minimize creases during drying. Iron the clothes and enjoy the smoothness while wearing it.



  • Straighten the blanket and place it in the drum of the washing machine.
  • Use a liquid detergent Triumf Color for washing (follow the dosing instructions on the packaging) and use a delicate washing cycle with cold water.
  • After washing, take the blanket out and hang to dry or put in a tumble dryer.



  • For cotton, avoid using more than the recommended amount of bleach. Bleach may damage the fibers of your favorite fabrics.
  • Because cotton clothes has a tendency to crease and shrink, cotton usually combines with other fibers. For this reason, no cotton fabric is the same, so check the care instructions on the label before you start washing.




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