Which washer setting is cold?
Thereof, what cycle is cold water?
REFERENCE GUIDE FOR BASIC MACHINE SETTINGS:
|Type of Fabric||Cycle||Water Temp|
|Perm. Press||Perm. Press||Cold|
Secondly, what do washer settings mean? Some machines have combination temperature settings like hot/warm, hot/cold, warm/cold, which designate the wash and rinse cycles respectively. For example, selecting hot/warm means the clothes will be washed in hot water and rinsed in warm water.
Herein, is 40 degrees a cold wash?
Water Temperature These little dots represent the temperature range you should wash this item in. The more dots on the tag, the hotter the water should be—one dot represents cold, or 30 degrees Celsius; two dots for warm, or 40 degrees; three dots for hot, or 50 degrees; and four dots for extra hot, or 60 degrees.
How should you wash towels?
The best way to wash towels is with warm water and color-safe bleach (if needed) for colored towels. Use hot water and nonchlorine bleach (if needed) for white towels. White towels should be washed separately or with other white items to avoid subtle discoloration over time.