I know, but, sometimes it is tricky isn't it? I have a black cotton dress, but it is a covered in white flowers. What wash load should I put it in? I don't want to put it in the white wash because it is black and if I put it in the black wash then the flowers can go grey'ish. That's what I meant about it not just being black and white and why these sheets come in handy as I don't have to try and decide (confused)
Hi, I understand, that's what I meant too actually, but I only said about white vs coloured :)
The trouble is, it isn't always a clear cut case of white vs coloured. I, personally, have lots of shades of clothes. I can't wash them all separately so they go together and, sometimes, they run. It used to be that laundry soap manufactures said white & black. Then it was white, coloured & black, now it is white, light, bright, coloured & black. Pop one in your machine and see what happens when you wash anything. I think you'll be surprised. To the other poster - Touch wood, I have never had one catch in the door or anywhere else whilst using them. Are you putting them in the bottom of the tub before putting the washing in, as it says?
I had the same problem with the sheets getting stuck in the door and clogging the machine. So now I just pop them into the little net bag that you put your washing tablets in (I actually bought 12 of these from eBay for a couple of quid because my husband was fed up of unclogging the washing machine!). It has completely solved the problem. The net doesn’t get trapped in the door. Hope this helps
Love these and think they are the best make. Have never got thr courage up to mix white and coloured though.