How to Save Money on Your Laundry

Washing machines are essential items in the modern kitchen, but if you’re looking to cut down on your energy and water bills then assessing your laundry routine is a good place to start. Here are some tips on how to reduce the amount you spend, and increase your household’s eco friendly credentials at the same time.

Ways to Save Money on Your Laundry :-

Next time you buy

If you are soon to buy a new washing machine, research to find one with the best eco-credentials. Even if the most eco-friendly washing machines cost a little more, it will save you money in the long run by reducing energy bills as well as being better for the environment. The Environmental Protection Agency state that high efficiency washing machines use 35-50% less water than the average household washing machine in the US today. That means big savings over the course of the year.


Turn down the Temperature

Even if you’re not in the market for a new washer, there are lots of ways to reduce energy use in your existing model. By washing cold or at 30 degrees instead of a higher setting you can drastically reduce the amount of energy you are using every time you wash – by up to 40%, in fact. Unless the load is particularly soiled, a cold wash is sufficient teamed with a good detergent.


Consider the Load

Many households have got into the habit of washing clothes on a more regular basis than is actually necessary. Hang clothes up to air them between wears and consider whether clothes are actually dirty before you throw them into the laundry basket. At the same time, ensure that you have a full load before you wash anything to reduce weekly usage of your washing machine.


Air Drying

Even if you only have a small yard or a balcony, there are now a number of laundry drying racks, lines and peg frames that can suit any outdoor or indoor space. By only turning to the tumble drier when absolutely necessary, you can save a significant amount of energy over the course of the year.

Just taking these simply steps could help you get a big saving on your laundry-related energy bills, and even cut them by half. Have you got any additional tips on how to cut down on laundry costs? Share them in the comments below and will more than happy to assist you for your any question. If you want to improve your home then you should refer our previous article.