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How to Clean Imitation Silver:
Fake silver jewelry is a thrifty way to accessorize yourself without breaking the bank. Perform routine maintenance to keep your fake jewelry looking as good as the real thing. Because of the nature of fake silver, the exact contents may not be known, so take a conservative approach to cleaning the jewelry.
•l Using less harsh cleaners will ensure the life of your piece without ruining or damaging it. Use a few household items to keep your fake silver shimmering like the real deal.
•l Fill a glass with warm water
•l Add a small spoonful of hand soap to the water. Stir together
•l Soak the fake silver in the glass, fully submerged, for at least an hour
•l Use the toothbrush to scrub each piece after an hour
•l Rinse with water
•l Dry the fake silver with a hairdryer
How to Clean a Velvet Dress
Velvet is a sumptuous fabric used by designers to create elegant dresses and gowns. If your velvet dress needs a thorough cleaning, dry cleaning is the best method to preserve this delicate fabric. For simple stain removal, however, you can use mild detergent and a velvet brush to clean your velvet dress at home.
How to Wash:
Coral fleece or coral velvet has a dense almost spongy quality, and is very tactile. It has a deep pile on one side This fabric is used in bathrobes and blankets with other uses in pet products and fashion
How to Wash:
Cotton is a durable, soft fiber, and most clothes today are made of it. Cotton is a natural vegetable fiber knitted and woven into fabrics of many textures and weights. While cotton shirts, pants and suits are wardrobe staples for both men and women. Whether your cotton fabrics are voile, organdy, batiste or linen, you can wash them at home and keep these breathable materials clean and pristine.
•l .Pretreat any stains with detergent and cold water. Place one to two teaspoons of liquid detergent on the stains before you load the clothes in the washing machine. Put your cotton fabrics in a small basin filled with cold water. After soaking the fabric for 15 to 30 minutes, gently rub the stain with a short-bristled brush. Roll your shirts, pants or blouses in a large towel to remove the water
•l Machine washes white and light-colored cotton fabrics in warm or hot water. If you are concerned with shrinking or bleeding, fill the machine with cold water and use a gentle washing cycle
•l Rinse your cotton fabrics on a cool cycle. Use minimal agitation to avoid shrinkage
•l Shake garments after removal from the machine to remove wrinkles
•l Dry cotton fabrics at a low or regular dryer setting. Dry towels and underwear on a hot setting. To prevent shrinking, remove cotton fabrics from the dryer while still damp. Hang in a cool and well-ventilated area to dry
Hand-wash lightweight fabrics, such as batiste, organdy and voile in a small basin filled with lukewarm water and one tablespoon of liquid detergent. Hang to dry or press damp with a hot iron to remove wrinkles