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  • Lois Gruending Devick

    Back in 2009, I wrote a post about tableware symbols. I never thought until today to publish one on fabric care symbols. Tired of running to my computer or having to look at other clothes to figure out what a fabric care symbols means, I finally decided to print a laundry care symbols chart. I didn't do nothing fancy. A standard sheet protector ensures that my chart will stay clean and dry. I'm simply glad that I  just have to open the cabinet on top of my washer to see it. Since I am probably not alone with this need, here the link where you can download Your Guide to Fabric Care Symbols.

  • Cristine Larson Pitzer

    Laundry Symbols | Your Guide to Fabric Care Symbols. See also http://www.textileaffairs.com/c-common.htm.

  • Trish Bianchino

    Fabric / Laundry Care Symbols Chart. Perfect since I had no idea.

  • Sylvia Franze

    I need one for the classroom and one for the laundry room at home! Guide to Fabric Care Symbols by The Soap and Detergent Association: For those of us who are forever squinting at the tiny print on the labels sewn into the seams of clothing. #Fabric_Care #Symbols #Soap_and Detergent_Association

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