To wash woolen clothes in a Bosch automatic washing machine, follow these steps:
1. Sort the clothes: Separate your woolen clothes from other fabrics to avoid any damage. Also, check the care label on each garment for specific washing instructions.
2. Use the right detergent: Choose a mild detergent specifically designed for wool or delicate fabrics. Avoid using bleach or harsh chemicals as they can damage the wool fibers.
3. Set the machine: Select the appropriate washing cycle for wool or delicate fabrics on your Bosch automatic washing machine. This cycle typically uses a gentle agitation and lower temperature to protect the wool fibers.
4. Load the clothes: Place the woolen clothes loosely in the machine, ensuring not to overload it. Overloading can cause excessive friction and stretching of the fibers.
5. Add the detergent: Follow the recommended dosage of detergent for the load size and water hardness. Pour the detergent into the designated dispenser or directly into the drum.
6. Start the wash: Close the machine door and start the wash cycle. Allow the machine to complete the entire cycle, including the rinse and spin cycles.
7. Dry the clothes: After the wash cycle is complete, remove the woolen clothes from the machine. Gently reshape them and lay them flat on a clean towel to dry. Avoid hanging woolen clothes, as this can cause them to stretch and lose their shape.
Remember to always refer to the care label on your woolen clothes for any specific instructions or restrictions. It’s also a good idea to test a small, inconspicuous area of the garment before washing it fully to ensure it doesn’t shrink or get damaged.
For more detailed instructions, you can refer to the Bosch washing machine manual or visit the official Bosch website for specific models.
– Bosch website: https://www.bosch-home.com/