The average American family does 300 loads of laundry a year, and most use more than just water to get their clothes and linens clean. How do detergents help lift dirt, sweat and stains out of laundry?
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.
31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects
These are the kind of simple projects for the laziest and most inept of crafters. Even if you can barely operate a drill, you can do most of these projects — and in less than an hour.
What do you do with your valuables? You take care of them. Why not do the same thing to your Persian and Oriental rugs? They are expensive and can last for many years and maybe for generations. The more you take care of them, the better they look and the longer they last in your home Here at www.rugidea.com we present you with some simple and general ideas for your rug protection, care and maintenance. For more precise and detailed instructions, please contact us or consult a professional. 1- Depending on the foot traffic, you should rotate your rug and turn it around maybe once a year for even and balanced wear. 2- Do not let your rug be exposed to direct sunlight. The colors will fade away through time. Use appropriate curtains…
10 Uses for Dry Cleaning Hangers
These malleable piece of metal are free for consumers, and are so handy around the house. Did we leave anything out? How to you reuse metal dry cleaning hangers?
Beautiful Bath Trends to Try
Smarter, better, bolder -- these top bath trends are at the forefront of innovation. Whether you're looking for a style step-up or total overhaul, each idea is sure to inspire.
How to Iron a Dress Shirt the Dry Cleaner's Way
I'm going to show you how to iron a dress shirt. The results will have your husband convinced it came straight from the cleaners!
Baby Laundry 101
Baby Laundry BasicsIt's a dilemma many new parents face: You want to use only the safest, most natural products on your baby's clothes, but you also want his or her garments to be really clean.The best approach is simple. Harsh detergents can irritate newborn skin, so use the mildest product possible. Soaps such as Ivory and Lux are made to leave fabric soft, and they contain few unnecessary additives that can cause irritation. But because they also are less alkaline than detergents, they don...
Time-Saving Tip: How To Quickly Dry a Load of Laundry
Doing laundry is a time-consuming and never-ending chore
How Dry Cleaning Works
Want to know what happens to your clothes after you give them to the dry cleaner? Do they actually stay dry? Take a behind-the-scenes look at the dry-cleaning process!