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Stain Removal Tips - Lipstick, Gum and Chocolate

Millie Kwan - Thursday, November 08, 2018

Every now and then, our customers would inquire about home stain removal tips for makeup, wine, oily food, milk and so on. We try to answer some of these question on this blog. In this post, we provide three home stain remedies for lipstick, gum and chocolates.    Read More >>

Removing Mud Stains from Clothing

Millie Kwan - Monday, October 01, 2018

Here in Boston, we love to enjoy the outdoors in Spring, Summer and Fall. We can go camping, play sports like soccer or baseball, hiking, all in good nature fun. Of course, it rains sometimes and the ground can get a little or a lot muddy. Needless to say, some of that muddy mess can get on our clothing and leave stains on them. Mud stains come in many shapes and sizes and here are some tips for cleaning them.  Read More >>

Confronting Summertime Food Stains

Millie Kwan - Sunday, June 03, 2018

Your picture of paradise may include cheeseburgers, soda, ice cream, pizza, and other summertime favorites, but that picture undoubtedly doesn't include spots on your shorts and shirts.  For a care-free stainless summer, bring stained items to us.   Read More >>

Conquering Mustard Stains on Your Clothes

Millie Kwan - Wednesday, May 02, 2018

Summer means cookouts, trips to the ballpark, and trips to the beach. Don’t let mustard stains from hot dogs and hamburgers ruin your summer outing.  Mustard is a tough stain to handle. That characteristic yellow color comes from turmeric, a natural yellow dye.  Deal with the stain quickly to avoid a permanent dye job.  Read More >>

How to Speed Up Laundry Day

Millie Kwan - Friday, January 26, 2018

Laundry always seems to take too long. Each step -- sort, wash, dry, and fold -- takes time.  There are ways to simplify and speed up the process.  Read More >>

What Causes Button Dye Stains?

Millie Kwan - Thursday, October 12, 2017
Button dye stains are caused when the dyes on a colored button bleed during cleaning or finishing, creating discolorations or stains on the adjacent fabric. Some dyes used on buttons are soluble in drycleaning solvents, due to being improperly set by the manufacturer. During cleaning, the dyes soften and stain the surrounding areas. In other cases, the dyes on the buttons hold up to drycleaning but bleed upon contact with moisture such as is found in steam finishing. Again, the fabric adjacent to the buttons becomes discolored or stained.  Read More >>

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