Random holes are appearing in all our cotton clothes (T-shirts etc.). Have done some reading online and one theory is that spinning clothes too fast can force the fabric through the holes in the drum and tear it. Is this really true? Anyone else got experience of this?
Bought a beautiful (expensive) dress recently, it too has a hole in it now
Not sure it happens, but my friend's washing machine (used while mine was sulking and wiating for the repair man) peppered three loads of of our clothes with small holes.
She had speant weeks demothing her house convinced she had an infestation, but the fact that my hole free clothes went colander style as soon as they met her machine confirmed that insects were not the issue.
I don't buy the argument that it is larger drum size/ increased spinning speeds at the root of the matter, the first time this happened to my clothes is when I stuck the clothes I was wearing when I fell in the sea in a mate's washing machine and they came out holely.
Before the era of big drums and super high speed spinning.