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What temperature settings should I use?
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Cold water wash is highly recommended for lightly soiled and brightly colored clothing. If you use cold water to wash with regularly, it's probably best to use a liquid detergent because powder detergents don't dissolve well in cold water. Add the liquid detergent first for top loaders, add detergent to the dispenser first for front loaders, and soak or pre-wash heavily soiled clothing. Hot water cleans the best, but not all clothing can be washed in hot water. A warm water setting is good for most items, unless they're very dirty, then it would be a hot water setting that is needed.
Check the tag on the clothing items to see what the manufacturer recommends.
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