Tip of the Week – Wash Your Laundry in Cold Water

By | March 17, 2008

washing_machine_dialOne of the most easiest ways to go green in the home is by washing your laundry in cold water and using an eco-friendly laundry detergent. 90% of the energy used by washing machines goes into heating the water. Most clothes really don’t need hot water to get a good cleaning, so why waste the energy. Be green by cleaning green.

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  7. Delora Lidge

    Important information and facts and Terrific design you got on your blog! I would like to thank you for sharing your views and time into the stuff you submit! Cheers.

  8. Oswaldo

    Do it on sundays and thursdays, it is a fact energy is cheaper !Check with your local energy supplier.

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