Don't let daily cleaning get you down! Follow Merry Maids' simple house cleaning checklist, and you'll have less stress and a cleaner home in no time.
15 Tips For Getting The Perfect Tailored Suit
Look classy not flashy. ;
Dry Cleaning Tips « Dry Cleaning Tips
Remove any excess substance To prevent further damage, remove the excess substance using a dull knife or straight object. This will ensure that the blemish does not spread or embed itself further into the material Blot the stain or apply powder If the stain is water-soluble, gently blot it with seltzer water or club soda. Be careful not to saturate the cloth, as the spot may spread. Avoid putting too much pressure as it may deepen the stain. For oil based stains, apply a powder such as talcum or cornstarch. These agents will act to absorb and lift the stain. Let the powder sit for several hours to dry, then brush it away with a clean cloth. These methods may need to be repeated one or two times in order to get the…
How to Clean a Burned Pot
Scorched another pot? Don't throw it away. With a little effort and some ingredients from your pantry, you can return that burnt pot or pan back to its former glory.
What Really Happens at the Dry Cleaner?
The term dry cleaning is a bit of a misnomer. Learn what is involved in dry cleaning clothes and fabrics and dry cleaning tips.
DIY Laundry Room Makeover
When we moved in, our laundry room was pretty boring and bare. It needed an upgrade in a big way and give my laundry a Laundry Room Makeover. For this Laundry Makeover I didn’t want to spend a ton of money but I wanted to change it up. So, this is what I decided to do for my Laundry Room Makeover. My Laundry Room/ Pantry is pretty small so I wanted to use all the space I had! First thing first we got rid of the old washer and dryer then decided to do something different with the paint color, so we painted stripes and I am so glad we did! First, the Hubby went to Home Depot and got some wood to build a platform and a shelf! He did an awesome…
How to Choose a Cleaner to Preserve Your Wedding Gown
Not many dry cleaners can properly restore and preserve your wedding gown. At Mulberrys, we are privileged to be able to be part of your special day.
Advice From Our Experts: Mud Stains
It can be tricky to know what to do when you get mud stains. We recommend to first let the stain dry completely. Once it’s dried, use a brush to remove the soil as much as you can. You can even use a vacuum on the area to remove as much of the dirt as possible. Then rub liquid laundry detergent into the remaining stain and let soak for 15 minutes. Gently rub the stain area to help loosen the soil every few minutes. Wash and repeat the process before drying if the stains persist.
Treat Summer's Most Common Stains With Our Summer Stain Guide
Summer can leave a variety of stains on our clothes. Mulberrys Cleaner's Summer Stain Guide has all the tips for treating summer's most common stains.
Spring Cleaning 101: How to Deep Clean Household Items
Rugs, curtains, and bedding require a deep clean every spring to remove dust and dirt. Learn how to tackle your household for this year's spring cleaning.