A Laundry at Home. How To Wash Clothes. Advice for Housekeepers 4
A Laundry at Home
How to Wash Clothes
Advice for Housekeepers.
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Then dry it with a facecloth towel and hang it in a well-ventilated place at room temperature. You can also dry it outside in the shade. Comb the dry fur thoroughly. Clean new individual stains with a petrol-soaked and slightly damp wad of cotton wool.
Clothes made from natural fur. It’s no easy task to clean garments made from fuzzy leather and fur velour. Upon noticing the first signs of glossiness, do a preventative cleaning by ruffling the hair with fine-grained sandpaper, metal brush or foam rubber.[/column][/row]
By the way, it’s advisable to check the durability of paint beforehand. If it isn’t lodged deeply into the surface, white spots can form while cleaning. If the garment is wet or has snow on it, dry it first and then clean the fine spots that formed due to the moisture. For this task, use a rubber or metal brush. Rub the garment in circular motions until the color evens out. If color in the cleaned patch becomes too light, rub it with a shred of suede. Read more…