In the previous part we mentioned two of the four most common laundry problems in every household – clothes coming out yellow or gray and detergent residues on clothes. You have also learned tips on how to deal with this little disasters, in an easy and smart way.
In the second part of Top 4 Laundry problems and how to solve them, we continue with the other two most common laundry mistakes and tips on avoiding or solving them, depending from the situation. (more…)
Laundry is an unavoidable task, we can’t buy new clothes, every time something gets dirty. Sometimes this process just isn’t on our side and the clothes don’t turn out right. Read this article and find out which are the most common laundry problems and how to solve them.
November 10, 2011
by Susan Enis
All stains are unattractive but they stands out even more when occur on white surface. You can use bleach to get some stain out of your white clothing, but have in mind that the frequent use of bleach weakens the fabrics, making them more susceptible to tear. Fortunately, there are other safer to remove stains from white clothing instead of using bleach, and here is one of them. (more…)
Rust on your favourite jeans!? Don’t throw them, because you can remove the ugly stains and restore the beauty of your jeans. How can you clean such stubborn stains like rust stains? It may sound ridiculous, but it’s quite easy to remove rust stains from denim jeans.
Underarm stains look awful and often make us feel uncomfortable, even embarrassed. Sweating is a part of our nature and it’s really difficult not to sweat. Although there are several ways to decrease the impact sweating has on your clothes, none of them can absolutely prevent sweaty stains from appearing. Fortunately, you can get rid of the yellow stains and restore the original look of your clothes.
The biggest mistake you can make when laundering your clothes is to mix white and colourful clothes together which often causes pink or grey laundry. How to restore the original colour of your white clothes? You may say bleach, I say no! Bleach may whiten your clothes, but it damages the fabric of clothes at the same time. Believe it or not, cleaning white clothes without using bleach is possible. What’s more, all you need to use are a few natural products. Here are three different natural cleaning methods for white clothes.