Whose idea was it to make baseball pants white? And for the sport to be played on fields of green grass and red clay? It wasn't a mom! Here are some helpful stain fighting tips for all the uniforms in your home
Tips from A Dry Cleaner For Removing Stains from Tablecloths
Learn some tips from a professional dry cleaner for removing red wine, gravy, eggnog, and other stains from a tablecloth.
Buttons And Your Dry Cleaner « Dry Cleaning Tips
How we handle buttons during dry cleaning here at Jeeves.
Laundry Guide to Common Care Symbols
Care labels provide helpful information that can save you time and money. Cleaner, fresher clothes means longer-wearing apparel. And clothes that are bleachable are easier to get clean. When a care label doesnt mention bleach or says "Bleach when needed," it means it is safe to use Clorox liquid bleach. When the label says "Non-chlorine bleach when needed" use a non-chlorine (color-safe) bleach like Clorox 2. Because clothes can be mislabeled, follow the easy directions on bleach container labels to test fabrics for colorfastness.
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.
Tips for Cleaning Leather Seats
Compared to the standard cloth upholstery that comes in many cars, leather seats look better and improve comfort. They’re more expensive, though, and require a little bit more care so they don’t dry out...
Why you should never wash your jeans
Laundry is inevitable, but thankfully there are people like Levi’s CEO and President Chip Bergh who want to make our lives a little easier. According to him, you should never wash a pair of jeans. Ever. While this may prompt noises of disgust from those are less-then-enamoured by the idea of walking around in dirty clothes, Mr Bergh explained that he "spot cleans" any stains with a toothbrush.
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 Handmade Quilt
How to clean and care for a Homemade Quilt. DIY advice on quilt cleaning.
Woodstock 2019 lineup: Which original acts will play 50th anniversary?
Two Woodstock 50th anniversary celebrations are scheduled in Upstate NY.