Garment Care Guide

Sort your laundry by color, material & temperature.

By taking these factors into account, and thus considering the conditions required for the laundry to become clean, you are taking care of both your garments & textiles as well as the environment.

Air your garments

We generally wash our clothes too often. It's often enough to simply hang up your clothes outside to get them fresh again. Combine our linen water with the airing of your garments to give them a newly washed feel.

Linen Water

Read the care label

The care labels on your clothing and textiles provide you with fundamental information on how to care for them. Combine these care labels with WASHOLOGI's laundry detergent, which can effectively clean at their recommended temperatures.

Correct dosage

Please remember not to use too much detergent; it's not good for either your clothes or the environment! Excessive detergent can also lead to detergent residues remaining in the clothing, which, in turn, can cause skin irritations.

WASHOLOGI's laundry products come with clear dosage instructions, and a dosage cup is always included with our detergents. Feel free to place the filled dosage cup directly into the washing drum (excluding pre-wash cycles), so all the detergent is utilized. This also helps avoid residues in the detergent compartment, something to consider if you use different detergents for various textiles.

Handle stains


Dry out the stain with some potato flour at first. Then take equal parts of alcohol and vinegar essence and let the stain soak in the mixture for 15-20 minutes.


  • If the stain is fresh you can try to rub it with an icecube.
  • If the stained textile is white the stain may disappear when put in boiling water.


Pour some glycerol on the stain and proceed to treat it with a mix of vinegar, salt and lemon juice. Afterwards, let the textile dry in the sun for atleast 1 hour.


  • If the stain is fresh it may disappear when put in boiling water.

Red wine

Boil up milk (3% fat) and let the textile soak in the hot milk for about 15-20 minutes until the stain is gone.


Mix water and dish soap and rub the mixture on the stain. If that fails to remove the stain, rub some methylated spirit on it aswell.


Put the stain under running cold water and scrape off as much chocolate as possible. Then, dissolve the residue with cold water and dish soap. If that is not sufficient you can also pour some glycerol on the stain.


Soak the textile in cold water until the stain disappears. You may also use some salt on the stain to streamline the process.

Cooking oil

Mix dish soap with hot water and proceed to rub the mixture on the stain. Makes sure to rub from the edge of the stain and inwards, otherwise the stain might become bigger rather than smaller.


Rinse the stain with hot water and let it rest for a while. Put some glycerol on the stain beforehand to streamline the process.

Bleached & discolored garments

Take care of the environment and the color of your clothes by using bleach-free detergent. By avoiding bleach, you prevent your white garments from turning dingy.

If you want a bleaching effect on your laundry, you can use the old household tip of adding a bit of sodium carbonate when washing.

WASHOLOGI's White & Colour Wash doesn't contain bleach, making it color-preserving.

White & Colour Wash

Sweaty & smelly garments

Garments such as activewear, performance clothing, or other textiles with a recommended temperature of 30-40 degrees can be extremely challenging to get clean. They often retain a sweaty odor even after being freshly laundered, and over time, they start to smell sour.

WASHOLOGI's Sport Wash is specially designed to provide a thorough clean, completely eliminating odors even at 30 degrees.

Sport Wash

Silk, cashmere, wool & other sensitive fabrics

These delicate fabrics are composed of proteins, which means that the fibers of the materials are broken down by enzymes. Use an enzyme-free detergent to prolong the lifespan of these materials.

WASHOLOGI's Delicate Wash is an enzyme-free detergent specially developed for delicate materials.

Delicate Wash

Fabric softeners

Traditional fabric softeners softens, decreases static electricity and adds a scent to your garments while also posing a risk of compromising their properties and functionality. To avoid these risks, it's important to use a fabric softener that is tailored to the garment you are washing. WASHOLOGI offers a range of fabric softeners specially designed for different textiles, such as performance and activewear, as well as finer materials like cashmere and silk.

Avoid tumble drying when possible

The tumble dryer may be convenient, but unfortunately, it's not very gentle on your clothes. Additionally, certain materials like elastane can't withstand the high temperatures reached in a tumble dryer. Therefore, air-drying your laundry as much as possible is recommended.

If you do use a tumble dryer, make sure to do it correctly. Use our Tumble Dryer Balls, which both care for and soften your clothes while reducing the drying time.

Tumble Dryer Balls

Important to consider!

  • Use a lingerie bag

    Delicate garments can benefit from some extra protection in a laundry bag. Additionally, the washing machine performs better when shielded from items like underwire bras and the like.

  • Clothing with buttons & zippers

    Open buttons and zippers have a tendency to get caught on other garments, leading to wear and tear. Make sure to close your buttons and zippers before washing.

  • Lower the temperature

    Lower temperatures in the washing machine is gentle for the environment aswell as the garments. Read the care label to know what temperatures to wash your clothes at.

  • Coats, quilts & pillows

    Half the dosage of laundry detergent when washing these textiles. The washing machine may struggle with washing out all the detergent. Residual detergent may lead to allergies and skin irritation.