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Washing machine powder at my home (an old box that's being refilled with the bags). The other side, this has the interesting stuff. Icons say that for not particularly dirty clothing you should use half a "spoon" (which should included in the bag/box), for averagely dirty stuff one "spoon", for very dirty stuff one and a half. The second line says that in hard water (acqua dura) you should add a quarter of "spoon", for sweet water (acqua dolce) you should subtract it. Bottom part says that you should wash at 90C white cotton sheets, table cloths (white, again), towels; at 60C: cotton or cotton belnd clothing, white or colored; at 30C wash the delicate stuff (silk, wool) and the syntetic stuff.

Explanation and photo by Alice Twain, 2005.
· Date: 9-11-2005 · Views: 3,873 ·

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