Lifestyle

7
Apr

Simple Tricks for Caring for Winter Clothes

Taking care of your winter clothes is important if you want them to last from season to season. A few simple tricks will keep your clothes looking fresh and clean. Depending on how often you wear your winter clothes, taking proper care of them will extend their lifespan. Here are some wash and care tips to help you: Hand-wash all

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2
Dec

5 Reasons You Have White Residue on Your Clean Clothes

Washing your clothes should make them look clean and smell good. However, white residue can sometimes appear on your freshly washed clothes and make them look like they haven’t even been washed. Preventing white residue is easy once you identify the cause. There are a few options, so you will have to start with one and work your way down

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14
Oct

Practical Tips to Prevent Odors from Taking over Your Clothes

Washing your clothes is supposed to help remove dirt and odors. There are times, however, when washing your clothes can result in a moldy or musty smell. You try all types of different things, but the odor remains. The following tips will help you identify the cause of the smell and eliminate it once and for all. For expert advice,

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9
Sep

5 Tell-tale Signs That You Aren’t Washing Your Clothes Enough

Washing your clothes as soon as you are finished wearing them will keep them looking their best for as long as possible. While you may want to wear them a second time, it is better to wash them first. Keeping your clothes clean preserves the fibers and helps them maintain their strength for a much longer time. Here are 5

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20
May

Handy Tips for Laundry Shrinkage Prevention

Clothes made from natural fibers such as cotton, mohair, cashmere, and wool tend to shrink fast from the agitation in the washing machine. While too much heat also contributes greatly to this, lowering the temperature of water in your washing machine may not necessarily solve the problem. This means that the surest way to keep your fabrics in great shape

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20
Apr

A Concise Guide to Laundromat Services in Chula Vista, CA

Even for a laundry enthusiast, washing loads of clothing every week or sometimes daily can be frustrating. It’s not only time-consuming, but it also takes a lot of time and effort. If you’d love to spend more of your free time with family or enjoying your favorite activities, a Chula Vista laundry service can be your lifesaver. Besides, if you

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4
Feb

What is Wash and Fold Service, and Why Should You Use One in San Diego and Chula Vista?

Sometimes doing laundry can be time-consuming, vexing, and demanding. However, because clean clothes are an important part of personal hygiene, you should make sure you always wear clean clothes. The good news is you don’t necessarily have to do your own laundry in order to achieve this goal. Instead, you can get a wash and fold service provider in San

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11
Aug

Introducing Our New San Diego Location!

At Fresh and Clean Laundry, we are fuelled on passion to make the daunting task of laundry easy and enjoyable for all. While we have been operating our Chula Vista laundromat for several years now, we have been eager to branch out our services to help more need. Introducing our new San Diego location, we now service San Diego and

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6
Aug

Tips for Keeping Summer Clothes in Great Condition

Now that the warmer weather is here, it’s the perfect time for a reminder on how you can prolong the lifespan of your summer clothing. As this clothing may be getting a bit of wear throughout the hotter months, it’s best you know how to care for these items so that you can use them wear after wear and year

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9
Jul

How to Social Distance at Your Local Laundromat

Coronavirus has changed how we do practically everything these days, even relatively simple tasks like laundry. If you need to use a laundromat to wash your clothes, it’s important to stay safe by following the social distancing guidelines from the CDC. By now, everyone should know that it’s recommended to stay at least six feet away from people you don’t

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