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4 practical information that makes life easier

There are things you need to pay attention to at the point of washing and storing your clothes to use them while maintaining their color and quality over the years. We are certainly much luckier than the older generations in the washing phase! For example, with emerging technology, you no longer have to wait to combine similar colors.  Thanks to color protective wipes, you can safely wash whites and colors together. Thus, you will save time and energy and protect your clothes from wear and tear.  In the storage phase, you must first protect your clothes from moisture. If there is a moisture problem in your home that you can not escape, you can get help from de-moist remedies and medications. In seasonal changes, you can prevent these clothes from getting air and therefore moisture by placing them on vacuum dates that will not be used. When storing your winter clothes, do not forget to use moth medicine!

Bonus:5 things you need to know when washing

For the answer to the question 'How to make practical ironing', you must first make sure how you wash and dry your laundry. You should wash your laundry using a small amount of softener and hang it using a clothes hanger. That way, your laundry will be dry before it wrinkles too much.  It is useful to use a steam iron and lay aluminum foil on the ironing board. When opening the steam iron wrinkles, aluminum foil will reflect the heat and allow you to iron quickly.

To remove the odor that settles in the refrigerator due to food residues, you should first leave a cup open in your refrigerator and discard rotting food. Then you can put apple cider vinegar, Turkish coffee or carbonate in a bowl on the top shelf of the refrigerator.

We have two suggestions with materials that you can easily find to polish silver jewelry or items. Our first suggestion is: toothpaste. Apply toothpaste with a brush over the silver item you want to turn it on, and then leave it in a container filled with water, rinse after half an hour and rinse so that there are no water stains left. Our second suggestion is vinegar and baking soda. In a large bowl mix 2 tablespoons of vinegar, 2 tablespoons of carbonate and some water. Put silverware in the mix. Wait half an hour, remove the items, rinse and dry.

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