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Apparel washing refers to the process of cleaning clothes to remove dirt, stains, and odors. This process can be done by hand or using a washing machine, and typically involves the use of water, detergent, and fabric softener.

Apparel Washing

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Bleach wash is a process where clothes are treated with a bleach solution to lighten their color or to remove stains. This process is typically used on white or light-colored clothing and can be done in a washing machine or by soaking the clothes in a bleach solution.

Acid wash is a process where clothes are treated with an acid solution, usually a combination of bleach and chlorine, to create a faded and worn-out look. This process was popular in the 1980s and is still used today to create a vintage or distressed look on denim clothing. The acid wash process can be damaging to the fabric, so it should be done carefully and sparingly.

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