Ironing and bleaching symbols. These symbols will stop you from fading colours or doing any damage when ironing. Triangle: A triangle symbol means ‘bleaching allowed’, so one with a cross through it means ‘do not bleach’. One with diagonal lines means use non-chlorine bleach only. Iron: via
What washing symbols mean on clothes?
A circle inside a square means you can tumble dry the garment. The dots indicate temperature – one for low heat, two for slightly higher heat, and three for high heat. A cross over the symbol means you shouldn't tumble dry the garment. via
What does the triangle symbol mean on clothes?
Triangle: A triangle symbol means 'bleaching allowed', so one with a cross through it means 'do not bleach'. One with diagonal lines means use non-chlorine bleach only. via
What does P symbol mean on clothes?
The Dry-Cleaning symbol is a circle. For clothes that are dry clean only, the circle has a letter 'P' inside it. The clothes that should be dry-cleaned under normal conditions will have a letter 'F' inside the circle. A crossed-out circle means that you should not dry-clean the item. via
What is the dry clean symbol?
The Dry Clean Symbol is a circle and indicates a garment is best cleaned by a professional dry cleaner. Avoid washing anything marked with this symbol in your washing machine as it can damage or destroy certain fabrics. Instead, take it to a professional dry cleaners and enjoy your item for years to come. via
What are the symbols on a washing machine?
Symbols on Washing Machine Detergent Drawers
What does 40 mean in laundry symbols?
If there is a number inside the basin, that is the maximum water temperature (in Celsius) that you should use to wash the item. A label that says 30 means a water temperature of 86 degrees Fahrenheit, 40 means 104 degrees Fahrenheit, 60 means 140 degrees Fahrenheit and 95 means 203 degrees Fahrenheit. via
What do the dryer symbols mean?
A circle in the square symbolizes a clothes dryer. One dot requires drying at reduced temperature and two dots for normal temperature. The crossed symbol means that the clothing does not tolerate machine drying. In the U.S. and Japan, there are other icons for natural/line drying. via
What are the 5 basic international care symbols?
A correct care label for European countries is required to consist of at least four and sometimes five symbols in the following sequence: 1) Washing, 2) Bleaching, 3) Ironing, 4) Dry-Cleaning & 5) Drying. via
What do the symbols on garment tags mean?
A square with a circle inside means that the item can be safely tumble dried, while the number of dots inside the tumble dry symbol indicates what temperature setting to use: one dot stands for low heat, two dots for medium, and three for high heat setting. No dot means that you can tumble dry your clothes on any heat. via
What does the symbol P inside a circle mean?
The letter "P" in a circle may appear on a compact disc recording as part of a notice (again with the year of first publication and the owner's name or recognized abbreviation) that the sound recording is copyrighted, whether or not registered. via
What is the No Spin symbol?
No bar: The item can be spun and rinsed as normal. 1 bar: Spin speed should be reduced. 2 bars: Mild wash but can be spun and rinsed as normal. via
What symbol means do not dry?
If you see a hand in the bucket of water, that means that the clothing is hand wash only. The bucket symbol with an X over it means that the item should not be washed. You may also see a circle, which means dry clean only, or a circle with an X through it, which means do not dry clean. via
What happens if you wash dry clean only?
What might happen if you wash a dry clean only garment? The garment could shrink – not just a little, but significantly. Some garments will shrink 2-3 sizes or more; drapes can shrink to half their size. Your garment might stretch out of shape. via