Bring out the soccer balls, baseball bats and barbeque grills. The weather is warm and is here to stay. Whether you are cooking out, hanging out or just rolling around in the grass, now is a perfect time to enjoy the outdoors, family and friends.
Your summer wardrobe should be light and breezy this season allowing you . . . → Read More: Summer Fun and Summer Love for Your Stain Free Wardrobe
Thrifting and consignment store shopping have become popular amongst the retro and trendy. If you are the parent of a teenager preparing for High School Prom, the thrift store or consignment shop may save you and your teen from breaking the bank for the big bash.
We are lucky in Hampton Roads, there are many great thrift . . . → Read More: Save Big During Prom Season
Pollen is infiltrating Hampton Roads, a clear sign that the weather is changing and temperatures are getting warmer. With warmer weather there is a higher risk for your clothes to acquire mold or mildew.
Many different fabrics run the risk of growing mildew or mold stains in the hot weather. Cotton, linen, nylon, polyester, acrylics and rayon . . . → Read More: Beware Warm Weather Brings Mold and Mildew
There is nothing worse than an appliance breaking on you, (well maybe there are a few things that could be worse) especially a dryer when you have a load of wet clothes in the washing machine.
There are a few ways to make sure your dryer runs efficiently and that your clothes are well taken care of . . . → Read More: Take Care of Your Dryer It Takes Care of Your Clothes
Sure the weather is still going up and down between frigid nights and crisp sunny days, but soon we will be in the thick of the winter with only our outerwear to protect us and maybe an extra layer of insulation if we indulged too much over the holidays.
With the beautiful fall weather, if you are . . . → Read More: Winterize Yourself With Care Tips For Your Coats
Make sure to clean your curtains regularly and properly
Draperies, curtains and window treatments collect a huge amount of dirt over time. Dust, oil, pollution, smoke, pollen, heating fumes and bacterial are just some of the dirt that they retain. Even though they look visually clean, drapery cleaning is certainly a necessary part . . . → Read More: How to clean your Drapes, Curtains, or Window Treatments