Monday, November 15, 2010
Never put worn items back in the closet next to clean garments. Even if a worn garment is “clean,” your body oils and perfume/cologne act as a magnet for material-damaging insects such as moths. Putting the worn garment back in the closet is an invitation, and these unwelcomed guests will create havoc and irreparable damage. Don’t kid yourself that a few pieces of cedar and a lavender sachet will keep your closet free from insects indefinitely. Read more here:
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Never store clothing in the thin plastic bags from your dry cleaner. Always remove the plastic garment bags immediately. These bags do not allow the garment to breathe properly, which leads to fume fading and discoloration. Uggh!! Does your Spring/Summer wardrobe need a safe place to hibernate? Garde Robe does it all. Read more about it...
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
To avoid distortion and stretching, never store vintage, embellished gowns, knits or delicate items on hangers; always store these items flat, wrapped individually in acid-free tissue, and place them in a breathable, archival box. Or let the experts at Garde Robe do it all for you. Read more here: Seasonal Storage For Clothing