Maintenance tips for your precious Wardrobe
To most of us purchasing clothes is an investment, one we thoroughly enjoy and a costly adventure. For this reason it would be advisable to take care of our favorite garments and to make sure we give them a home that is safe. Even if we have a dreamy walk in closet or a regular two door wardrobe there are a few things we can do to make sure our clothes are always well taken care of and ready to wear with no nasty surprises to be discovered. Here are a few tips to take better care of your clothing while in the closet.
Invest in a good set of clothing brushes to get rid of any unwanted hair or fluff on your favorite coats and jackets. Your clothes will last longer if you keep it clean and remove any particles of food or dirt that might deteriorate the fabric.
It is a known fact that washing or dry cleaning your clothes to often is a bad thing. If it is not that dirty and you might have only worn the items for a short time don’t wash it immediately. Washing clothing items is like wear and tear and no good for your clothes’ lifespan.
Learn how to use a needle and thread
The good old fashion way of sewing is still a winner when it comes to maintaining your clothes. Learn how to sew durable and neat stitches to fix all the tiny tears and mistakes you might note on your clothes. Click here to learn how to sew with needle and thread.
Fragrant rolls of paper
By adding fragrant paper to your wardrobe shelves you will always enjoy the lovely smell and it rubs off on your clothing too. So pick a smell that appeals to you and open the door to find yourself surrounded by it.
Get rid of pests
Silver fish are really gross and unfortunately love taking up residence in any wardrobe. In no time you will notice holes in your favorite garments. They are also pretty yucky to look at. Avoid this by taking a look at www.pestkilled.com/pest-guides/ for tips on how to get rid of most pest problems. Unfortunately you don’t only have silver fish to worry about. Chances are there will also be dust mites. It is in your best interest to find information about bugs in our closets and to prepare for it accordingly.
Hang a shoe hanger
Shoe hangers are just great for our shoes and will give your shoes the chance to get enough ventilation. I love my shoe hanger simply because I always struggled with finding the other part of a pair and mostly found myself rummaging amongst hundreds of shoes. This is an organized and hygienic way to store your shoes and will be pretty convenient for you. You can also get rid of nasty shoe odors by hanging them up with more ventilation and breathing space. Click here to see how to make your own shoe hanger.