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Whenever you get grease or oil on your clothes, it can feel like the end of the world (or at least the end of the line for those garments!) Oil stains are notoriously difficult to get rid of because they are semi-solid or solid at room temperature,...

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Additionally, because of their state at room temperature, you’ll need to use warm or hot water to battle this tough stain, which isn’t suitable for a lot of synthetic fabrics. With oil stains, it can often feel like you’ll never be able to rid yourself of this stubborn type of stain on your favorite clothing.  But, there is good news – there are ways that you can treat oil stains and save your clothes, even if they’re set-in! Let’s dive into how you can remove oil stains from clothing in order to make your favorite shirt or pair of pants...

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Presenting about Wardrobe Colour Palettes to the Ottawa Garment Guild!

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I’m to the Ottawa Garment Guild on Zoom tonight about my favourite topic: Colour! I thought I’d share my slideshow here for anyone interested. DOn’t forget you can also see my full blog series by clicking Wardrobe Colour Palette in the header! #Uncategorized

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Germs and viruses are everywhere! It’s more important than ever to keep your clothing and laundry items safe and sanitized from everyday use

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But how can you be sure you’re getting rid of germs with your daily cleaning and laundry habits? We’ve gathered some important information from reliable sources to help keep you and your family as germ-free as possible. And when you choose Mulberrys for dry cleaning in Minneapolis and San Francisco, you can rely on us to take the appropriate steps to ensuring your clothes come back clean and free of most pathogens. Dry cleaning and laundry assists in killing pathogens in your clothing and household items in four different ways: Hot water: According to the WHO (World Health Organization) temperatures of 140 to 150...

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5 Tips for Storing Your Out-of-Season Clothing

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For months now, our coat closet has been working overtime corralling all of my family’s winter jackets, boots, and various cold-weather accessories—and, truth be told, not doing a very good job of it. (Casualties of our overtaxed coat closet include one recently bought ski glove that my son swears is in there…somewhere.) So now that spring is here, I am beyond ready to lighten its load and put away our bulky outerwear and winter gear—and maybe find that glove. But storing seasonal clothing isn’t as simple as tossing everything in a cardboard box and putting it in the attic. In...

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5 Tips for Storing Your Out-of-Season Clothing

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For months now, our coat closet has been working overtime corralling all of my family’s winter jackets, boots, and various cold-weather accessories—and, truth be told, not doing a very good job of it. (Casualties of our overtaxed coat closet include one recently bought ski glove that my son swears is in there…somewhere.) So now that spring is here, I am beyond ready to lighten its load and put away our bulky outerwear and winter gear—and maybe find that glove. But storing seasonal clothing isn’t as simple as tossing everything in a cardboard box and putting it in the attic. In...

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