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.
There’s no denying the fact that New York is a city with high humidity. However, the common practice of drying wet laundry indoors makes the entire situation a whole lot worse. It aggravates the symptoms of asthma in those patients who already struggle with respiratory disorders.
When it comes to fuzzy winter clothes, towels and sheets—the softer they are, the better it gets. People throw in gallons of liquid fabric softeners and hundreds of fabric softening dryer sheets into their washing machines and dryers to get rid of the crisp feeling in their clothes. However, this washing routine isn’t healthy for you, your clothes, or the environment.
Winter is here and that means taking out all the heavy sweaters, jackets, and warm woolen scarves from your closet.
They had been neatly tucked away for a year, hidden from the dust and dirt that had embraced the air of the world outside. You needed to regularly wash your clothes to protect them from the damage that came with heat and sweat.
You’ve finally asked out the girl you’ve been crushing on at work. And you even have the date set for this Saturday.
But there’s one problem: you haven’t been on a date in years and you’re not sure what you can do to impress her.
You’re a man. But you’re not just any man. You’re a man with suits that suit your exquisite taste in clothes.
You like your tuxes and shirts to be clean; you like to be prim and proper. You don’t like your tie to be too tight but you don’t like it too loose either. You like leaving an impression on people when you attend an event.
Wedding dresses are valuable investments, and require weeks of advance planning. After your wedding day is over, your dress is what reminds you of all the precious moments of your big day and how everything unfolded. You want your wedding dress to stand the test of time so that, perhaps, you could pass it on to your future generations.