Stop guessing and stop messing. It is beautifully simple! The Do Not Wash symbol is the standard wash symbol with a cross through it. However, if you familiarise yourself with these explanations for what each little symbol means, future washes will be a breeze!
Laundry Care Symbols Explained: Your Essential Wash Care Label Guide
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This guide explains what the washing and clothing care symbols on your garment labels say about how you should wash, dry, iron and bleach your clothes – taking you through all the essential steps of taking care of your wardrobe. When a care label doesn’t mention bleach or says "Bleach when needed," it means it is safe to use Clorox liquid bleach. When the label says "Non-chlorine bleach when needed" use a non-chlorine (color-safe) bleach like Clorox 2 ®. A wash care label may not have laundry symbols of all the categories. Example – most of my jeans only show washing, drying and ironing symbols. There are no symbols for bleaching or dry cleaning.