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Caring for Swimwear
Caring for Swimwear

Q: How should I advise customers on keeping their swimwear in swimmable condition? A: As the summer winds down, your customers may realize that their swimwear doesn’t look as good as it did when they bought it a few months ago. Most likely, this is a...

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Should You Wash or Dry Clean Clothes?
Should You Wash or Dry Clean Clothes?

Take a minute to look at the care labels sewn in the seam inside your clothes. On the label, you'll find a wealth of information from the fiber content of the fabric to where the garment was made and how to clean the garment. More and more...

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Back To School, It’s Almost Time!
Back To School, It’s Almost Time!

Getting ready for another year of school almost always calls for at least one shopping trip. Whether you're a teacher, parent, or college student you've got some looking good to do this year. The most important thing for students is to be...

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Pain in the Necktie
Pain in the Necktie

Even though many workplaces have casual dress codes, neckties for men are still a big part of their wardrobe. Ties can be a powerful or fun fashion statement and pose a cleaning problem. The fabric used for ties is cut diagonally to the weave, or “on the...

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Sunscreen Stains
Sunscreen Stains

Unfortunately, the various components found in most sunscreens and suntan lotions can cause stains in fabrics. Most of these skin care products contain oils to make them moisture-resistant. They may also contain dyes to give them a certain color...

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Caring for Your Wedding Gown
Caring for Your Wedding Gown

May and June are the traditional wedding months, particularly in the United States. A wedding gown is much than just a dress, it is a treasure, a symbol of an important event in your life. Whether you are borrowing it from a relative or buying...

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Summer Weather Garment Care
Summer Weather Garment Care

We lather up, jump in and enjoy during warm weather. With that come many products that can damage clothing items. Here are some quick tips to minimize that damage. Antiperspirant Potential Problem: Build-up from deodorant and antiperspirant...

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