Putting more clothes per load into the washer does offer you the instant gratification of getting your laundry done faster. But did you know that big loads are actually bad for your washing machine? That’s because routinely overloading your washer can commonly cause problems from motor strain to agitator damage or drum deterioration.
The simple truth of the matter is that smaller loads reduce wear and tear on your washer. As a result, washing your clothes in smaller, more frequent loads is gentler on your appliance than doing fewer, large loads. So while washing one big load instead of two moderate-sized loads does save you a little time in the here and now, it will eventually lead to washing machine damage and breakdowns.
Why not save yourself the hassle of a broken washing machine, not to mention the cost of washer repairs? The next time you think about jamming an extra pair of jeans into your already full washer, think again! Doing smaller loads of laundry will pay off in the long run.
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