How To Keep Clothes Clean Between Dry Cleaning.
Few things a day can reduce the amount of dry cleaning and significant expense to keep clothes in wearable form longer. These tips will help you clean clothes and dry cleaning, so they can be more than once cleaning
Develop a habit of applying various toiletries few minutes before getting dressed to allow time for shaping the product to dry. Deodorants, lotions, flavored body sprays, perfumes and hairspray contain chemicals that will stain clothing if product comes into contact with toilet tissue before the product is completely dry.
Also expected to dress until the last minute means less risk of anything sullying your chosen outfit for the day, spilled coffee or a dab of toothpaste, even before leaving home.
Spot treat stains when they happen
When stains happen (and they will), as a drop ketchup or salad dressing landing on your favorite shirt, to take immediate steps to remove stains. If the stain is allowed to remain unchanged until you get home tonight, it will be almost impossible to remove because the stain will have had time to oxidize.
Carrying a pen-size laundry detergent stick with you is a great way to avoid the set in stains and keep clothes clean. A laundry stain removal pen will work for the removal of most food and beverage stains from clothes. If the stain is oil based, like lipstick or greasy food, head to the cleaners as soon as possible with the clothing item. Informing the dry cleaning of where and what is the stain. If the laundry stain removal pen or a trip to the dry cleaning is not an immediate option, water DAB (press or soda) to the stain. Water will help breakdown the spot and to avoid creating permanent fabric. Be careful to pat, not rub, water with a clean cloth or towel on the stain, rubbing the stain will increase its size and force it deep into the tissues.
Air clothing after wearing
Keep clothes clean and comfortable to wear before they need another dry cleaning of these broadcasts. When you get home for the day, remove clothing and hang neatly on a clothes hanger, then put clothes in a well ventilated area, so products can air. An hour or hanging fresh air will remove odors such as sweat and do not smoke so clothes can be worn again before returning to dry cleaning.
Change into something more comfortable when they arrive home cooking and prevents the spray from landing on clothes while preparing dinner for the family.
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