What is the symbol for handwash only?

What is the symbol for handwash only?

Washing tub symbol with a hand: The hand wash symbol is the standard tub symbol with a hand at the top. If your clothing label features this symbol it means you should not use a washing machine. Instead, you’ll need to wash your garment by hand – don’t worry, it’s not as hard as you might think.

What is the symbol for do not wring washing?

The last two symbols tell you what not to do. A bucket of water that’s crossed out is the ‘do not wash’ symbol, whereas a twisted garment sign that’s struck through signifies ‘do not wring’.

What are the signs of not washing?

Do Not Wash: The Do Not Wash symbol is the standard wash symbol with a cross through it. If the label instructs you not to wash the item, it will have to be dry cleaned after it gets dirty – see the section on Dry Cleaning Symbols below.

What is the symbol for dry clean only?

Circle: Dry-clean only. The circle will probably have a letter in it, which tells the dry-cleaner what solvent to use. If the circle has a cross through it, the item should not be dry-cleaned.

What’s the symbol for no tumble drying?

Laundry Care Symbols

Symbol Description
Do Not Tumble Dry A square box with a circle inside, all crossed out by two lines
Do Not Dry Square box crossed out by two lines
Line Dry A square box with a small curve inside at the top to denote a fold
Drip Dry Square box with three vertical lines inside

What is the symbol for drying?

Drying. 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.

What do the wash symbols mean?

Wash Symbol: Depicted as a bucket filled with water, the Wash Symbol tells you what temperature or machine setting you should use to wash the item of clothing. Temperature indication: Inside the ‘Normal Wash’ symbol, there will either be a temperature value or 1 to 6 dots that signifying temperature ranges.

What do the washing symbols on wash care labels mean?

A laundry symbol, also called a care symbol, is a pictogram which represents a method of washing, for example drying, dry-cleaning and ironing clothing. Such symbols are written on labels, known as care labels or care tags, attached to clothing to indicate how a particular item should best be cleaned.

What is the symbol for washing?

Washing is symbolized by a ‘bucket’. The dots in the bucket indicate the temperature of water, i.e., 1 dot indicates 30 °C, 2 dots indicate 40 °C, and 3 dots indicate 50 °C. At times, these dots are replaced by numbers which represent the temperature of water to wash that particular linen.

What do the laundry symbols mean?

LAUNDRY SYMBOLS MEANING Washing – A washtub is shown, and a number inside of the tub is the maximum washing temperature measured in degrees Celsius. Bleaching – An empty triangle means that bleaching is okay with both a chlorine and a non-chlorine bleach. Drying – A circle in the square symbolizes drying clothes in the clothes dryer.