When doing your weekly washing and tumble drying you probably aren't thinking about it costing money, each and every load you do. But all the energy and detergent used adds up to around £160 a year. Making small changes can reduce these costs and turn into big savings down the line, saving you around £100 per year.
Our quick tips will help you have impeccably clean clothes that don't lose their shape and fray before their time.
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.
Our survey of more than 13,000 Which? members reveals the appliance that last the longest. See how long you can expect your oven, fridge freezer, washing machine and more to last for.
From checking the label to using a colder wash, the Which? experts run down the key things you should and shouldn't do when washing your trainers.
The Which? experts come up with their top seven tips for active wear, including knowing how much detergent to use, what temperature to wash at, how to get rid of smelly bacteria build-up and why to avoid fabric conditioners.
Microplastics are tiny particles of plastic pollution, caused by the breakdown of synthetic clothes, including when washing them. Which? experts demystify the issue and explain how you can reduce your impact when doing laundry.
New Which? research has revealed that switching from 40°C to either 30°C or 20°C can cut energy use by as much as 62%. If the whole UK did this, it would be the same as taking around half a million cars off the road.
You can (mostly) wash as normal, make sure you wash your hands and don't touch your face if you're handling the clothes of someone exhibiting symptoms.
Customers with fire-risk washing machines have lost trust in Whirlpool owned brands, Which? has found. Our exclusive investigation has found some people with affected Hotpoint and Indesit machines – both...