Did you know you can save energy and water, and prolong the life of your clothes by changing the way you do your laundry? With energy prices rising, we reveal how you could save money by using the w’air to clean your clothes.
We all know that energy prices are already at record levels and are set to rise even further in the months to come. Looking at ways to save energy not only helps us to save money but also helps to reduce carbon emissions in the face of the climate crisis.
There are many ways you can look at saving energy in your home including ensuring your home is properly insulated, turning off lights, and switching off standby mode. But have you thought about how you wash your clothes?
We all know that over-washing clothes can cause damage, shrinkage and fading, but it’s also bad for the environment. Over 90% of all clothes washed in a washing machine aren’t actually dirty enough*, so what is the alternative?
With better washing habits, and spot cleaning with the innovative w’air device, you can not only prolong the life of your clothes, but you can also help save energy and water. The w’air cleaning device can also be used on delicate fabrics destined for the dry cleaners.
The w’air uses up to 99% less water and 77% less detergent than conventional laundry. And thanks to the innovative cleaning technology that uses cold water, the device only uses 47W per hour vs 700W per hour for the average washing machine.
Our Energy Efficient Laundry Tips:
- Spot clean & refresh clothes with a w’air device once you have worn them rather than putting in the laundry basket.
- Air dry instead of using the tumble drier.
- Only use the washing machine when clothes are really dirty and only on a 30-degree cycle.
*a 2017 study commissioned by the Consumer Electricals Group AEG