Guide to Fabric Care Symbols by The Soap and Detergent Association: For those of us who are forever squinting at the tiny print on the labels sewn into the seams of clothing. #Fabric_Care #Symbols #Soap_and Detergent_Association Laundry Symbols, Care Symbols, Idea, Clean, Clothing, Fabrics Care, Laundry Rooms, Laundry Care, Symbols Charts
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laundry stain cheat sheet---These are all wonderful tips, and I'd add this: while working many years as a registered nurse in surgery & critical care, I kept a bottle of peroxide handy at the desk or in my locker.....apply a little to blood stains & they lift right out. I always had the whitest lab coat & cleanest shoes! Peroxide works well for stains that are organic in nature....
** GUIDE /OVERVIEW ON COMMON KNIT FABRICS (Brindille & Twig Blog) ** - Some Basics Facts on: Jersey, French Terry, Ribbing, Interlock, & Sweatshirt Fleece - What Each Fabric is Best-suited for, Typical Weight, A couple Facts on each Fabric, Right/Wrong Side Info, Grainline Info... - FYI: ELASTANE = Lycra or Spandex (<-- examples)... It is the Ingredient in Knit Fabric that makes it more stretchy!! ** Make sure Interlock contains Elastane in fabric blend for best stretch
DIY Antique Sign: How to: Made of a board pulled from a pallet, spray painted black, then painted with a brush in Valspar Antique White Eggshell, two coats. print the letters in Times New Roman (just the outlines to save ink) and cut them out, trace on to the board, and then paint the letters with black acrylic. After the letters dry, sand the sign to weather.