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White is the New Black!

Planning to go on a shopping spree? Here's an advice; stock on some white clothing this season. It has always been believed that black never goes out of fashion or can be paired with any other color. But let's give it a second thought, why black, why not white? If you talk about minimizing your wardrobe and spending your money on something that could last for a long time, why not get your hands on some white clothes this time? White is basic. And being a basic color means that it can be styled with any color and it will look equally good. Whether you go all white or wear it partially, you can never go wrong with it. Here...

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Keep Your Whites Looking White

A quick read with some helpful tips for keeping your whites look and feel lovely, fresh and clean every time you wear them!      Wash whites after each wear While some clothing items allow you to wear them 2-3 times before needing a wash, whites do not hold up quite as well. Each time you wear your white clothes, they should be washed.  Tip #1: Always pre-treat stains  Tip #2: Use the right amount during each wash cycle Separate colors and fabrics  White fabric is prone to picking up fluff from darker items, which will make it appear dingy and unclean, so stick to white alone. Also, must keep in mind that the type of fabric will determine the ideal wash cycle; some fabrics...

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Make your Black Clothes Hold Their Color Longer

A few main washing practices can prevent your favorite black garments from losing their color. Here’s how to keep your black clothes from fading and make them look good. Wash only when needed To limit the effects of fading, you should only wash your black clothes when necessary. Even though black undergarments and socks should be washed after one wearing, this is not a rule for pants and sweaters. Especially if the clothes are only worn indoors they can usually be worn more than once before needing to be put through the wash. Sort by color and weight The first consideration when sorting clothes is to determine whether a garment should be washed at home or dry cleaned. If you don't know what to do, read the...

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A guide to Fabric Care Labels

The care labels provide special instructions to help you keep your clothes looking their best. We’ve put together a handy guide so that you can see what all care symbols represent. The following wash care symbols cover how your garment should be cleaned: Washing The level of wash agitation recommended is indicated by bars below the wash tub symbol. Absence of bar indicates a maximum agitation (cotton wash), a single bar indicates medium agitation (synthetics cycle) and a double bar indicates very minimal agitation (silk/wool cycle). The bar symbols also indicate the level of spin recommended with more bars indicating lower preferred spin speed. Bleaching If your whites are looking a bit drab and grey, you should check for these wash care...

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