Daily Archives: June 19, 2015

  • Laundry Care

    Managing Laundry at Home !!! aka this is my story

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      Laundry is possibly the world’s most boring chore (heck, you’re probably bored just reading this). But it’s something we have to do every week, and there are a ton of ways to do it faster, better, and boredom-free. Here’s how to take laundry day from snoozefest to…well, less of a snoozefest. 10. Wash Your… Read more »

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    Denim Blue Jeans Amazing Facts

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    15. Before – Waist Overalls, After – Jeans Jeans was originally called ‘Waist Overalls’ or simply ‘Overalls’. Well, a pair of jeans sounds much better. Imagine calling it an overall. Not possible. It was renamed by Levi Strauss. 14. Indigo to Hide the Dirt The very first jeans always bore the indigo color. Why? Well,… Read more »

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    How to take care of your costly Leather Cover ?

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    Easy ways to keep your Jackets Young and Gracious A leather jacket is to your wardrobe what a Beyoncé track is to your workout: critical. Whether it’s colored leather or classic black, this throw-on-and-go essential is the foundation of every It-girl’s closet. However, unlike your other favorite fashion pieces, a leather cover-up requires a certain amount of TLC. You can’t just… Read more »

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    Dry cleaning a miss conception !!!

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    Dry cleaning was never dry afair Dry cleaning means cleansing of textiles in non-aqueous (non-water) solvents. Highly vapourising organic solvents are commonly used as dry cleaning fluids. Many dirt, soil or stains producing substances on the fabric are organic in nature (sticky oily compounds). There is a common role in this regard that like dissolves… Read more »

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    Go White with Blue

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    Your white clothes are not that fresh anymore ? You don’t enjoy them after a couple of washes ? If you have a top-loading washer where you can actually fill the washer with water before adding clothes, let the washer fill about a quarter of the way and then add your bluing agent. After it… Read more »