There are days when you regret spending more than you earn on your wardrobe. But when these days come, instead of scolding yourself for splurging, try taking care of your clothes better so they last longer. This strategy might also…
What’s the priciest item that you can get washed? For most of us, the answer is dress shirts. Dress shirts are a staple in corporate life. Work culture doesn’t care if you’re in China or the US, you have to come into work in a dress shirt—looking your best.
In your illustrious laundering career, it’s highly probable that you’ve come across a big red stain after taking your freshly washed clothes out of the washer. There’s nothing more disappointing than a blotch of red on a beautiful white dress. But it’s important to know how these stains occur so you can prevent them in the future.
Dry cleaning is often the go to option for delicate and more expensive clothing. In fact, when in doubt, you should consider having that dress or shirt dry cleaned. If the instructions on a particular article of clothing are in another language or it’s a custom made without a label, having it dry cleaned is the best way to ensure it doesn’t get damaged.
Dry cleaning services are necessary for certain fabrics. It’s a gentle cleaning process that doesn’t disturb the fibers of the fabric, preserving its present condition. That’s the reason why dry cleaning is recommended for suits, expensive dresses, embellished pieces, woolen sweaters, cashmere, and designer wear. However, just putting your expensive clothes in the hands of professionals isn’t enough; you need to prepare your clothes and linens for the dry cleaners. These steps minimize risks during the dry cleaning process.
No matter how careful you are with your clothes, dirt and mud stains will often find their way to them. The rainy season makes it furthermore difficult to keep your clothes stain-free.
Though you never really have to think about washing your clothes, the question of “how often” certainly springs to mind when dry cleaning is involved.
The state of your clothes directly impacts the perception people have of you. The same can be said about the linen and other fabrics in your home. Faded or stained fabric never makes for a great first impression. Using harsh…
Cleaning your clothes isn’t just a chore. It’s an art—an art of maintaining them in the best way possible while preventing any damage and reversing the damage caused by stains.
If you’re done with your wardrobe that falls like the Niagara every time you open the closet door, you probably need to buckle-up and get your wardrobe in shape. And now that the Christmas holidays are here, and winter season is in full swing, you need to make some space for all those new winter clothes you bought on Christmas discounts for the New Year.