How To Wash Cabin Socks?

Turn them inside out and wash them with cool or warm water.

Tumble dry on low.

Wash inside out to prevent pilling.

Sock It to Me: Sock It to Me socks love being washed with like colors in cold water.

How do you wash socks without ruining them?

Wash the socks on gentle with cold water and mild soap.

Put a load of dirty socks in the washing machine. Set the machine to gentle, press start, and pour in a mild laundry detergent to prevent fading, stretching, and other types of wear and tear.

How do you wash socks?

Overview

  • Separate your socks.
  • Turn inside-out and organize into pairs.
  • Wash in cold water, gentle cycle, with light detergent.
  • Turn right-side out.
  • Hang Dry.
  • Fold and put away.

Should socks be washed warm or cold?

Wash them in warm or hot water and use a small amount of chlorine bleach to help get them thoroughly clean and also to kill bacteria and germs. When washing colored socks such as nylon dress socks, you should avoid using regular bleach as this will discolor the socks.

What is a cabin sock?

TREAT YOUR FEET to warm spa gel socks that revitalize and repair every time they’re worn. Lounge in them while binging on your favorite shows. Comprised of 53% nylon, 44% acrylic and 3% Spandex, American Mammoth Cabin Socks are thick, durable and gentle on dry, sensitive and overworked feet.

How do you get dirt out of socks?

Place the socks in the washing machine, using a warm water cycle. Pour a capful of your regular laundry detergent into the wash, along with 1 cup lemon juice and 2 tbsp. powdered dishwasher detergent. The combination of these ingredients will lift and remove the dirt stains while also restoring the white color.

How do you keep your socks looking new?

Sock It to Me: Machine wash cold. Hang to dry.

Take care of your socks and they will take care of you.

  1. Wear your socks: they are beautiful and full of life. Don’t forget about them and leave them stuffed in your sock drawer.
  2. Keep them together: A single sock is heart-breaking.
  3. Wash them: Keep your socks clean and fresh.