Beginning July 1, 1997, clothing manufacturers may use certain care symbols in place of words on permanent labels inside garments to indicate a method for proper cleaning. (Written descriptions will also be included for the first 18 months.) The following is a foolproof guide to deciphering these new symbols found on your garment care labels.
Note: At a minimum, laundering instructions include, in order, four symbols: washing, bleaching, drying, and ironing. Dry cleaning instructions include one symbol. Additional symbols or words or both may be used to clarify the instructions. The water temperatures listed are provided as a guideline. Actual water temperatures obtained in the home depend on the washing machine settings (hot, warm, cold), regional water supply temperatures, and water heating settings.
SL Wash font contains 46 defined characters and 46 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (49), Latin-1 Supplement (1).
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