7 Tips To Keep Your Clothes Longer

Your tights are fraying, your jeans are fading, and your little black tops are fading. Discover our seven tips to help you make your clothes last longer without deteriorating.

Rather than buying back your favorite pants every two months (and crying on your wallet, by the way), here are seven tips for maintaining the color and shape of your favorite clothes.

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Refresh Your Clothes With A Dye Bath

If you wear many blacks, you must have noticed your clothes’ inevitable discoloration with the washings. When your blacktops start to wash out, a dye bath is the quickest and easiest way to give them a little boost.

Here’s How To Do It

Fill a pan with sufficient water to completely submerge the garment. After dissolving the dye in 470 milliliters of water, add it to your container with a tablespoon of detergent. Separately, submerge your clothes in water and make sure to soak them with enough dye. When all your clothes are in the tub, mix again, and let stand 10 minutes. Then rinse with warm water, then with cold water until the water that comes out of your garment is clear. Wash and dry.

Be careful though, it works very well on cotton, but it is, on the contrary, to be avoided on synthetic materials such as polyester.

Don’t Overdo Dry Cleaning

Not only is this expensive, but the chemicals in the process can also damage your clothes over time. There is no point in dry cleaning a part that has been worn once. The rule of thumb is to do this about every 3 to 4 times to keep the right shape components.

Do you need to remove a crease from a shirt? Hang it in your bathroom when you take a bath to enjoy the natural steam.

Zip Your Zippers

Small snags or tears usually develop in the washing machine. The guilty? Zippers that are not closed. Think about your jeans, jackets, and dresses before you put them into the machine. This will prevent them from damaging your clothes.

 Take The Time To Certain Waterproof Materials

It is crucial, especially on suede or leather clothing. It will hold up longer and have less chance of its color fading.

Fill Your Bags And Shoes

Keep the shape of your favorite accessories by filling them with newspaper when not in use. Not only will this keep their structure, but also, it will make it necessary to store its contents, all these little things that are left lying around when you change bags. Yes, yes, we know you all do it.

Separate Your Clothes Before Washing Them

Be vigilant. Wash in cold water and with as little detergent as possible. We separate the delicate materials from the less fragile, and we turn the patterned t-shirts and specific fabrics such as denim to avoid damaging them. As far as jeans are concerned, it is recommended to wash them only every 4 to 6 uses and to hang them in a closed cupboard when not wearing them.

Put Your Tights In The Fridge

No, this is not a joke. Dip a pair of pantyhose in the water, then wring out as much as possible. Please place them in a plastic bag and put them in the refrigerator overnight. Collect them and let them come to room temperature in the open air. They should be more robust and will be less likely to fray. Magical!

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