Prevent black fabric from fading and pilling
Using HG blacker than black special detergent for dark wash prevents these fibres from piling up and forming bobbles. The so-called “pilling” of fabrics is caused by these miniscule fibres sticking together. When black or other dark fabrics are not washed separately, wearing, washing and the tumble drier will make them fade. Fabric fades because thousands of small fibres come loose from the fabric.
Because of these minuscule fibres you are no longer looking directly at the fabric; your view of the fabric is clouded. The visual effect of this clouding is fading. HG blacker than black special detergent for dark wash has been developed especially to prevent this fading! The content of this product is enough for approx. 10 washes.
How do you use HG blacker than black special detergent for dark wash?
Follow the steps below to ensure that black clothing stays beautifully black with HG blacker than black special detergent for dark wash:
Darkening fabrics in the washing machine:
Use the HG blacker than black special detergent for dark wash cap as a measuring cup. While filling the cup, also shake it occasionally to level out the powder. This way you can measure the correct amount.
- Put the laundry loosely in the washing machine.
- Fill the measuring cup with the volume of powder recommended on the product label and put it to your main detergent tray.
- Do not any other detergent. Start the main wash programme at maximum 60°C and wash accordance with the care label.
- Fabric conditioner may be added to the conditioner tray if you wish.
Darkening fabrics by hand washing:
- Fill the measuring cup to the 30ml ring and dissolve the content in 5 litres of lukewarm water.
- Leave the garment to soak for at least 3 hours (turn over the garments occasionally during soaking).
- Then rinse it thoroughly with lukewarm water.
- Wring out the garment well or run the spin cycle, then hang to dry.