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  • n. Plural form of laundering.


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  • Even when school starts, I'll probably continue to primarily use the clothes from our trip -- although with more regular launderings.

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  • To make sure the fabrics won't pill, lose their shape, tear, bleed or fall apart after washing, the company runs them through abrasion machines, tumbles them inside a chamber lined with corkboard, and plunges them into a "laundrometer," a steel canister with metal balls inside that "literally beats up the fabric," simulating five launderings in one cycle, Ms. Henry says.

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  • How many launderings can a re-stitched seam endure before the fabric disintegrates?

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  • Good sheets should: 1. appropriately fit the bed even after many launderings, 2. have properly functioning elastic, 3. be hole and stain free, 4. be made of a soft and durable single-ply cotton with a thread count between two hundred and four hundred for your warm-weather sheets, and 5. allow you to be comfortable so that you can sleep soundly.

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  • Are they all still black, or have some become a greenish-gray color over many launderings?

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  • By 1920, Shell of California was providing free uniforms to attendants and paying for up to three launderings a week.

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  • Indeed, Sun Mountain Performance Outerwear's RainFlex line notes that its waterproofing will become less effective "after numerous launderings."

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  • Such treatments last for fifty or more launderings.


  • Weekly launderings at 140°F or higher of all bedding—sheets, pillowcases, blankets, and mattress pads—is best to keep dust mites and dust mite allergens at low levels.



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