A microscopic examination of pollen shows it has barbs, tendrils and other properties designed to attach it to pollinators (like bees) so that it can be moved from flower to flower. Unfortunately, nature's cunning propagation plan is exactly what makes these stains so difficult to remove from your clothing, rugs, upholstery, etc. So we advice you to be careful when handling them, even stained fingers can be carriers to your clothes.Read More
Dispatches from the land of Clean.
With proper care your fine area rugs can provide years of pleasure, gracing your home for generations.
Here are a few basic tips to help ensure a long life for your area rugs:Read More
Ornamental trim like beads, sequins, pailettes, discs, glitter, rhinestones, and "nailheads"or studs may be affixed to the garment using thread, adhesives, metal or plastic settings, or may be stamped or pressed into the fabric. They could be made of plastics, glass, crystal, or metal. All of which can pose different processing challenges.Read More