Do Just One Thing for April 25, 2017

If your wardrobe is made up of mostly dark colors like navy blue and black, turn your clothes inside out before they go in the washer. Deeply dyed clothing has an outer-surface dye that can fade and wear quickly when it rubs against other clothing in the wash. By turning clothing like jeans and shirts inside out, they won’t rub, and they’ll still get clean. Using energy-efficient cold water also helps prevent bleeding and fading of colors -- especially important for newer clothes, as dyes are more likely to bleed in the first few washes.

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