Effect of water quality on laundry
Have you ever noticed the appearance of daily clothes that are often worn and washed? Sometimes clothes that are initially white over time appear dull or rusty. There are many factors that influence clothing materials resulting in striking changes, especially in the color of clothing, including unwise use of chemicals that cause corrosive clothing fibers or chemical reactions that occur due to exposure to direct sunlight and the next thing that can affect clothing fibers is the quality. water used for washing. Apart from this, there are many another factors, including the use of a scouring iron with an electric heat element and the use of a dryer or dryer whose heat temperature is not well controlled.
The difference between using PDAM (Regional Drinking Water Company) water and drilled well water in laundry services can affect the washing process and the quality of the final result. Here are the main differences:
1. Water sources that come from PDAM are drinking water that is processed and regulated by the government or related institutions. PDAM water generally has water quality standards that have been regulated and monitored for safety and cleanliness. PDAM water quality is generally considered cleaner, free from substances that can affect washing results such as excess minerals or high metal content.
2. Water sources from drilled wells are taken from underground water sources through the creation of drilled well holes. The quality of drilled well water can vary depending on geographic location, well depth, surrounding environmental conditions, and well maintenance. The quality of drilled well water can vary depending on the geological and geographical conditions of the location. Bore well water may contain minerals, iron content, or other compounds that can affect the washing and finish of clothing.
The use of clean and standardized PDAM water can influence washing results by providing more consistent and clean results. Meanwhile, on the other hand, the mineral content or certain substances in the use of drilled well water can affect detergents and the washing process. Some minerals can affect the effectiveness of detergent and cause deposits on clothing fibers. Furthermore, the use of PDAM water tends to be friendlier to the washing machines and washing equipment that we use because it has a better quality level and minimal mineral deposits. Meanwhile, drilled well water containing minerals can leave residue on washing machines and washing equipment, requiring maintenance and cleaning more frequently than usual.
It is important to understand the quality of the water used in laundry to ensure optimal washing results and maintain the performance of the washing machine and equipment for longer and better. Appropriate adjustments and maintenance should be performed depending on what water source is used. Sometimes these basic factors influence commercial laundry services to have differences in service prices for consumers (de/BA).