How to clean and care for a Homemade Quilt. DIY advice on quilt cleaning.
Buttons And Your Dry Cleaner « Dry Cleaning Tips
How we handle buttons during dry cleaning here at Jeeves.
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.
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.
What is Dry Cleaning?
What is dry cleaning? Learn the history of dry cleaning, modern dry cleaning processes, and how dry cleaning machines work.
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.
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?
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!
Sports Mom Laundry Tips
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
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.