20 tricks that will save your clothes and shoes
Life - an unpredictable thing: the wine spill on the shirt, the "escape" button, or narrow shoes will fall.
Part due to such trouble with your favorite things you do not want, so
Website gathered for you 20 tips that will give a chance to your clothes and shoes.
Remove unsightly stains in the armpits, you can use lemon juice or baking soda.
To the favorite woolly sweater, put it in the fridge for 3-4 hours. 56,985,946
From the static electricity can be eliminated if the thing with a dry cloth from the inside.
Small bruises can be ironed using a hair iron.
Get rid of the traces of foundation on the bright clothing, you can use shaving foam.
Stretch narrow shoes can be as follows: Pour into the water bags, put them in shoes and clean overnight in the freezer.
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