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As well as testing branded stain removers, we tried out six stain remover home remedies. Find out whether baking soda, lemon juice, washing-up liquid, white vinegar, salt and meat tenderiser powder work and what stains you can use them on.
We've tested washing powder and detergents from Ariel, Aldi, Lidl, Sainsbury's and Tesco to find the best for everyday stains, and keeping white school shirts bright.
With workplaces shut and celebrations put on hold, many of us haven't ironed in months. If you can't remember how to iron a shirt or what those symbols on the care label actually mean, don't panic: we've pulled together 10 foolproof ironing tips.
Which? laundry detergents tests reveal seven new Best Buys, including the outstanding cheap own-brand laundry detergents that could save you over £27 a year.
Follow our six expert tips to get your white shoes and trainers clean and bright again. Plus how to store and protect your shoes and whether you can wash them in a washing machine.
We've been testing laundry appliances for years and have compared the cost, energy usage, cleaning and drying abilities of washer-dryers with washing machines and tumble dryers to help you decide which to go for.
Which? laundry detergent capsules test reveals three new Best Buys, including a cheap option that will save you money. Plus find out how to make your laundry routine more eco-friendly.
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