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A Few Tips for Taking Care of Polyester & Nylon Clothing

Millie Kwan - Friday, September 25, 2015

Polyester is a synthetic fabric that is commonly used to make everyday clothes. It is also used to create blends that make cotton and other fabrics more durable. Here is a quick look at the benefits of dressing in polyester and tips on how to care for polyester properly.   Read More >>

Caring for rayon clothing

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Special Care Tips For Rayon  Read More >>

Know More About Shirts

Millie Kwan - Tuesday, August 25, 2015

clean folded shirtsYou never get a second chance to make a good first impression. A fresh, laundered and well-pressed shirt is essential.

We successfully launder hundreds of shirts every day. And we are very good at it. But, like all things, shirts can outlive their useful life or exhibit other problems. Whether your shirts are store bought, custom-made, expensive,or inexpensive, the problems below identifies and explains are those we encounter from time to time.  Read More >>

How to care for velvet clothing and household items

Millie Kwan - Friday, July 17, 2015

Velvet is one of winter’s fashion favorites, especially crushed velvets and velvet garments with decorative trim. Many types of apparel are made of velvet, including pants, dresses, gowns, coats, capes, and jackets. Velvet is also popular for household items, such as furniture covers and drapes.

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How long do drapes, comforters and other household textiles last?

Millie Kwan - Wednesday, July 01, 2015

The American National Standards Institute, Inc. approved the Fair Claims Guide for Consumer Textile Products. This standard provides the guidelines for determining liability for claims adjustment purposes for textile products. It also includes the following life expectancy chart for household textile items:   Read More >>

Cleanability Codes for Household Fabrics

Millie Kwan - Thursday, June 25, 2015

Clean cushions and sofaUpholstered furniture may come with the manufacturer’s recommended method of cleaning. The American Furniture Manufacturers cleanability code may either be permanently attached to the upholstered piece or a part of the hang tag. Upholstery is not covered under the Federal Trade Commission’s Care Label Rule. Labeling of furniture is strictly voluntary. The following cleanability codes were designated by fabric manufacturers. Caution: Never remove cushion covers for separate cleaning or washing. Any tumble cleaning method can destroy the back, shrink or otherwise damage upholstery fabric.  Read More >>


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