How to store your clothes
Storing clothes in a proper manner can make them last longer. So, how can you efficiently keep clothes to make them more durable? Well, merely folding and stacking them into a cupboard might appear pleasing. But, clothes won’t last without adequate care. Regardless of what kind of dresses you have, you need to follow certain methods to increase the durability of the materials. Here are some tips for doing that.
Sort them out
Yes! If you happen to have a whole lot of apparel, you must think of sorting them out to find if you still need all them. You can make some space in your wardrobe by giving away clothes that you rarely use. Now, after picking out all the clothes that you have decided to keep, it’s time to arrange them. First, ensure that all pockets are clean. Remember that food waste or even candy wrappers can increase the chances of attracting pests. Dust each piece of clothing properly before folding them. It’s advisable to wash and clean them before folding to store them better.
Treat that stain
Small stains might appear ‘not so big’ to you. But, remember that some of them can get worse and more visible with time. So, by all means, it’s better to treat and eliminate them before the next step. You can visit our store to know about our services. We use some really effective methods to treat adamant stains.
Choose your storage container and space
Vacuum packing is quite a trend, but not really a good one. Though it saves a lot of space, vacuum packing can damage fabrics, especially delicate ones. Long term storage through this method can, in fact, spoil you clothing and form irreversible creases on them. Plastic containers are always the right option for storing clothes, especially in the long term. It’s convenient, clean, and it allows your clothing to breathe.
Keep those bugs away
In addition to all that we’ve talked about, it’s mandatory to think about a way to steer clear of bugs. Mothballs and pests spoil your dresses and make smell awful. Adding a few non-toxic moth repellants will do the job. But, make sure that they do not contain any harmful ingredients that might spoil the fabrics. Ensure no toxic materials are used on baby clothes. It’s equally vital to store your clothes in a cool, dark place. Too much light can make fabrics fade quickly.
With these tips, you can make your clothes last longer. Be very careful while storing and handling baby clothes. As mentioned above, check and double-check that no toxic material come in contact with them. It’s always advisable to clean all cloth material before storing them. At Urbanwash, fabrics are handled like precious gems. We know how to treat each type of stains, and we know how to make your clothes last longer and look fresher. Visit our website, or contact us to learn more about our services.