We all have that one item in our wardrobe that we love. Whether it’s the perfect fit, very flattering or the perfect colouring for your complexion, it’s something you want to hold onto for a long time. Which is why we are going to give your our top tips to maintain the quality and lifespan of your clothes. This is something we find extremely important, especially if your clothes are beautiful investment pieces!
- When it’s time to unload your laundry basket and load the washing machine, it’s important to make sure all the zips and buttons are done up. Remember that zips do not mix well with sheer blouses! This will also help the clothes to maintain their shape when they are being washed. Another top tip is to loosely tie up drawstrings, so they don’t get tangled.
- Don’t forget fabric softener. When you wash your hair, it feels wrong to not use conditioner, doesn’t it? You should think this way about washing your clothes. Using fabric softener brings extra freshness and softness to each item of clothing.
- Have you ever used a lingerie wash bag? If you haven’t, it is worth investing in one. We sell a lovely little one for just £5.50. It is a great way to protect and prolong the life of your delicate clothes. It also helps to prevent damage to the washing machine drum and protects other garments during the washing cycle. The soft fine mesh bag will help to keep bras in shape and prevent snags and stopping them getting tangled with the rest of your washing.
- Wash your clothes inside out. This helps prevent any fading, particularly on black denim jeans. Washing inside out will help maintain the quality and lifespan of your clothes.
- Use natural laundry liquid for a delicate way to wash your clothes. Our laundry liquid is soft on all clothing, including cashmere. It’s made using aloe vera and rosemary oil, providing a beautiful smelling fragrance to your possessions. One bottle lasts up to 22 washes. Why not give it a go?
If you have any further tips on how to maintain the quality of your clothes, then we’d love to hear from you
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