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Taking care of winter clothes

Sudbury Living Magazine November 1, 2010 Uncategorized No Comments on Taking care of winter clothes

(NC)—While the weather outside is frightful, your style can still be delightful. This winter, don’t sacrifice warmth or style – just follow these tips and tricks on how to best care for winter fabrics, so you can leave the house feeling warm, cozy and fashionable every day.

• Stay warm in winter wools. Soften rough fabrics by washing clothes with Ultra Downy Free & Sensitive, a liquid fabric softener that is free of dyes and perfumes and provides outstanding softening and cleaning.

• Don’t get bent out of shape. Woolen fabrics will hold their shape best if laid flat to dry.

• Turn out those pockets. Be sure to clean your winter jacket pockets of tissues and lip balm before loading into the washing machine.

• Never neglect your accessories. Mittens, hats and scarves need to be washed just as often as our other clothing. Try using Tide Free & Gentle, a dye and perfume free liquid laundry detergent, specially designed for sensitive skin.

• Keep fleece fluffy. Wash fleece clothing inside-out and machine-dry on low to keep it soft and prevent pilling.

• Check it twice: Be sure to consult laundry care labels on all clothing, remember – different fabrics need different care.

More laundry tips and tricks can be found online at www.tide.ca.

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