1. Separate your clothes by color and wash clothes of the same color together. Wash red, blue, green, black and other colors separately. This will help prevent the colors from dyeing or fading.
2. Check the labels on your clothes to see if they can be machine washed, including the temperature and program you should use, or if they need to be hand washed.
3. Use cold or lukewarm water for washing colored clothes. Hot water can cause colors to fade faster.
4. Use mild or specific detergents for colored clothes. Avoid using bleaches or harsh cleaners that may damage colors.
5. Turn clothes inside out before putting them in the washing machine. This will help protect the colors and prevent the clothes from being damaged during the wash.
6. Do not overload the washing machine. Make sure that there is enough space for the clothes to move freely during the wash, thus preventing friction between the clothes and resulting laundry dyeing.
7. Don't let colored clothes soak for too long. This can cause the colors to dye or fade.
8. Avoid using the clothes dryer, as this can cause colors to fade. Instead, hang up your clothes and let them dry in a well-ventilated, well-ventilated area.
By following these simple tips, you can wash your colored clothes safely and keep the colors alive and bright for longer.