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This new washing machine doesn't rely on water to wash your clothes

The Xeros Xorb washing system uses 23,000 tiny polymer spheres to save water, your clothes—and maybe even the world

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This new washing machine is like a Keurig for Tide pods

A time-saver on laundry day, these Electrolux front-load washers have a dispenser for pods.

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Here’s what happens inside your washing machine while it cleans

Here's how your washer uses water, detergent, and mechanical action to clean clothes.

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Here's how to stop white spots from appearing on your clean dark clothes

Using too much laundry detergent leaves white spots on your clothes.


If your clothes aren't getting clean, you're probably using the wrong bleach

We compared three types of bleach to see which one would whiten best.

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Here's why you should never add extra water to your washing machine

Adding more water to the washer will actually leave clothes dirtier.

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You can pour detergent into these washing machines only once a month

With these washers, there's no need to measure liquid laundry detergent for each load.

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This portable scanner of the future can tell if your food has gone bad

The Bosch X-Spect concept can scan food for freshness and clothes for stains

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Can this laundry sheet keep your white clothes from turning pink?

We tested Color Catchers in our labs to see if they could prevent colors from running in the wash.

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This new laundry alternative is safer than pods, and more convenient than detergent

Life Sheets dissolve in the wash and don't look like candy to babies.

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Your armpit stains are gross—here's how to remove them

Perspiration is good, but sweat stains are bad. How to deal.

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Here’s what all those cycles on your dryer actually do

Every wonder what's going on inside your dryer? No? Doesn't matter! Read on anyway.

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