During the rainy season, doing the laundry becomes a dreaded and tiring chore for Filipina moms. In the absence of sunny days, moms result to drying their laundry inside their homes, which often leaves them with a "kulob" or musty smell.
Indoor drying without sun and fresh air leaves laundry damp, causing a musty smell to linger on the fabric. Moms could put an end to this rainy season dilemma with the help of these tips:
1. Open the windows
On rainy days, moms are left with no choice but to let the laundry dry inside the house. To prevent a stuffy "kulob" smell, open the windows in the room where the laundry rack is situated. This helps increase room ventilation with natural air and eventually removes the moistness from the clothes.
2. Clean the washing machine
The continuous use of a washing machine without proper maintenance may also contribute to stinky laundry. Make sure the washing machine is squeaky-clean by conducting an intermittent water-only cycle in it. After the cycle, leave the cover open to allow the inside shelf to dry properly.
3. Wash with the right detergent
Doing the laundry with the proper detergent is key to achieving no-musty-smell laundry this rainy season. No matter how long the rainy season is, the right detergent could help keep laundry from developing a foul odor. Detergent brands known for long-lasting fragrances such as Surf have, in addition to effective cleaning and whitening properties, a variety of unique scents that guarantee fresh and clean smelling clothes even during this season.
For only P5.25 suggested retail price per sachet, you can get the New and Improved Surf powder with Fabcon, now with active whiteners for a more effective clean and fragrance boosters for a fragrance like no other, perfect for both whites and colored clothes.
Moms, don't let the rain stop you from giving your family the best and most fragrant laundry with the New and Improved Surf. Mas Malinis at Mas Mabango! For more information about Surf detergent, check out their website and Facebook.
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