The Best Ways to Make Your Clothes Cleaner By Nathan Nwachukwu

Have you ever wondered why some people’s clothes always look great and sparkling clean. I think that apart from regular laundry services and ironing services, they also use some kinds of the hidden secrets and tips to achieve that perfect cleanliness. I made a list of tips that I have collected from certain laundry and ironing services and from my expert friends. Let’s have a look at them.

  • Know the nature of water you use for cleaning fabrics: You should first know whether you wash your fabrics in hard water or soft water. If your clothes always look greyish and dingy, or have rust spots on them, then you might be using hard water for cleaning clothes. If you think that you have a hard water supply, add a little bit of salt to water before washing your clothes.
  • Add Epsom salt to water: Epsom salt is known for improving the brightness of clothes. Therefore, just add a tablespoon of Epsom salt to every gallon of water to get the desired results.
  • Add hair conditioner: Now, this seems like a silly idea, but the thing is that it actually works. This method is particularly useful for washing of woollen clothes. Juts add a tablespoon of hair conditioner to water; it keeps the woollen clothes soft and supple. You should only use this method while hand washing the clothes, not in machine washing.
  • Use bluing, in addition to chlorine bleach: Though chlorine bleach is the latest trend in whitening the fabrics , it can weaken the’ fabric. Therefore, if you want to improve the lifespan of your clothes, use chlorine bleach sparingly. You can take help of bluing, which is an old fashion process, to whiten your clothes.
  • Use colour safe bleach: In many clothing items, you may realize that the colours of certain clothes can intermix with each other on washing. In these cases, you should never dry these clothes as it is, but always wash them again with colour safe bleach to restore the colours to their original form.
  • Use cornstarch to remove grease: Grease spots can get pretty difficult to remove sometimes. The perfect solution is to use cornstarch or even the baby powder before washing the clothes. Just sprinkle baby powder or cornstarch on grease spots before washing and then normally wash the clothes.
  • Use Shampoo: The shampoo can be used to remove the annoying rings that can be formed around the collar area.
  • Zippers: In order to improve the functionality of zippers and to make them sliding up and down smoothly, try rubbing soap over its teeth.
  • Don’t spray deodorant over your fabrics: Make sure that the deodorant dries off thoroughly before you put your shirt on.

You can use the above mentioned tips in conjunction with reputable laundry services and ironing services, to get the most outstanding results.


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