There are certain chores that we have to mentally prepare ourselves for and for many, laundry is one.
Often the most time consuming part of laundry (other than the drying cycle) is sorting out all those dirty clothes.
When in a rush, it’s easier to throw everything in the same load and hope for the best. But, to . . . → Read More: Sort Out Your Laundry Problems With Mark Pressed4Time
There is a reason why certain garments advise dry cleaning. The type of fabric, color, blend and style all contribute the make-up of the articles in your wardrobe and their “life span”.
The color dye of a garment which is applied using water has the ability to come out in water but is colorfast when dry cleaned. . . . → Read More: Dry Cleaning Prolongs the Life Span Of Your Clothes
While running into Walmart may be harder to do now that it is one of the most popular one stop shopping type of stores around, it does save on time and making multiple stops to multiple stores.
Mark Pressed4Time specializes in one-stop shopping for your clothing care needs. Mark Pressed4Time takes care of your laundry, dry-cleaning, alterations, . . . → Read More: One Stop Shopping With Mark Pressed4Time
Crayons in the Wash
There is nothing worse than needing to run an errand and all your clean clothes are wrinkled, or needing a sweater for your outfit, only to find it has shrunk in the dryer.
These small mishaps can cause arguments between husbands and wives and mothers and their children.
Here are a few ways to . . . → Read More: Avoid Household Laundry Arguments
Separate, Wash and fold. Repeat.
Laundry care can become a repetitive cycle but if you miss a step it can affect your wardrobe. Taking the time to sort your clothes properly helps you avoid the dreaded case of the pink socks and pink underwear.
It can happen to everyone, small mistakes with the laundry that can . . . → Read More: Separate, Wash and Fold
Here’s a quick tip:
If you spilled red wine on a white shirt recently and decided to just dye it, please reconsider. Before you dye any clothing item, you must remove the stain. If you don’t, the dye will color the stained area differently from the rest of the fabric and you’ll still see . . . → Read More: Red Wine and Other Tales