The new coronavirus has made many people stressed about clothes and cleanliness, especially those living in cities.
Now that millions of Americans are being advised to stay at home as much as possible to help limit the spread of the new coronavirus, people are re-evaluating how to manage daily tasks and chores while sticking to social distancing measures.
That includes laundry. Whether you have a washer/dryer in your home or rely on your local laundromat, there are several ways to reduce your risk of viral exposure or spread. Here are some common questions and answers, based on interviews with three experts.
(Keep in mind that as researchers discover ore about the new coronavirus, best practices may change.)
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