• Wash Care Instructions For Vintage Clothing (Categorized by Fabric)

    Can’t find a care label for your vintage clothing? Don’t sweat it! As owner of a vintage shop, I’ve come across all sorts of vintage fabric types and have learned (sometimes the hard way!) the best way to wash and care for different sorts of garments and materials. As a rule of thumb, hand washing in lukewarm to cold water is…
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    How to Loosen Stubborn Zippers with WD-40

    Okay, you’re probably thinking, “Seriously, WD-40? Wouldn’t that be catastrophic for vintage clothing?” Not to worry, with the help of a small artist’s brush the lubricant won’t even touch the fabric. Trust me when I say, this homemade remedy really does work, and it’s quick and easy as 1-2-3. How To Loosen Stubborn Zippers With WD-40 Here’s what you’ll need:…
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    How To Remove Scuff Marks On Patent Leather

    Got scuff marks on your favorite patent leather goods? No worries! Here’s a quick and easy way to remove those pesky marks. All you’ll need is some non-acetone nail polish remover and a cotton swab. Just rub the soaked cotton swab over the offending areas and watch those scuff marks disappear. It’s seriously that easy. Within thirty seconds you’ll be…
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    How To Steam Clean Your Clothes And Skip A Trip To The …

    My heart sinks a little when I’ve found the perfect blouse only to find “Dry Clean Only” written on the care instructions label sewn inside. I came in for just one blouse instead I’m faced with easily spending enough for two blouses on a trip to the dry cleaners. It’s definitely an expense I’d like to avoid if I can.…
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    Top Tip: How To Have Strong, Healthy Nails In Two Weeks

    I used to have really brittle nails that would split and break super easily, but here’s a homemade top tip that helped my nails to grow strong and healthy in just two weeks. It takes about two minutes and will cost you little to nothing, yup nothing, and that’s because you’ve probably got the ingredients already in your kitchen. What…
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