Some sneaky stains can be a real head scratcher for us if we are working with incomplete information. You may not realize it, but some stains can be made up of compound elements...
Some slight shrinkage (approximately two to four percent) is to be expected on all household items. Slight natural relaxation shrinkage can show up after cleaning things like comforters...
Many formal wear garments are made of luxurious fabrics, such as taffeta, moire, satin, organza, metallic prints, silk, and velvet. Each of these fabrics require special care in both wear...
Christmas tree skirts are often valuable and treasured holiday items. Some tree skirts are very costly, while others may be family heirlooms. Regardless of their original or sentimental
With autumn upon us and temperatures dropping, people are adding an extra layer of clothing in the morning as they prepare for their morning commutes—outerwear. A popular type outerwear...
Remember last spring when you bagged your hats, gloves, and scarves and put them in the back of your closet? Well, now it’s time to get them out and ready for another winter. If inspection shows...
Wool is a popular sweater fabric because it is durable, comfortable, and an excellent insulator. If your wool sweater gets damp, hang it to air dry at room temperature. Do not hang near...
You have probably completed your back-to-school shopping for the kids and may be amazed how much they have grown in the last few months. While relatives and friends may be pleased...
Have you ever wondered how we know how to process an item that lacks a care label? As most cleaners know, receiving garments without care labels is not uncommon. When we first see...
Summer is a time for cookouts, gardening, playing outdoor sports, and cooling off with some frosty treats. All of which make stains inevitable. But before throwing out your warm weather...

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