Washing: Cold Water
Cold water is good for fine fabrics and delicates, sweaters, denim, and clothes that may shrink. It also protects new items with dark and bright colors from running.
Washing: Warm Water
Warm water works best with whites and lights. Combined with detergent, the water temperature helps lift soil and stains while removing bacteria.
Washing: Hot Water
Hot water is the best choice for heavily stained items and disinfecting dish and bath towels and washcloths.