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How To | Pack Like A Pro

Posted on Mar 22, 2017

Even adults need Spring break! When the beach beckons and you break away from your adulting duties, spend time relaxing, not packing. These tips from globetrotting girls Gwen and Lindsey will help you maximize your vacation vibes.

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How To Clean The Ice Maker

Posted on Jan 26, 2017


Often overlooked, the ice maker is an area of your home that should be cleaned regularly as food particles and crumbs can find their way inside. We recommend cleaning your ice maker four times per year to keep things fresh. There’s no need to worry about The Laundress products coming into contact with food-related surfaces. All of our products are toxin-free, eco-friendly, and cruelty-free. Of course, you’ll want to wipe and rinse surfaces properly, so cleaners don’t compromise the taste of your ice.

Grab These Go-To Cleaners

Dish Detergent, Surface Cleaner, Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth, Scented Vinegar, All-Purpose Bleach Alternative, Scrub Brush

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How To Clean Faux Fur Favorites

Posted on Jan 17, 2017


If you’re like us, you can’t wait to pull out your faux fur fashion for wearing all fall and winter long. What happens when something lands on your favorite faux fur vest or your beanie’s furry accents? Good news! Faux fur is typically constructed with acrylic, mod-acrylic, nylon, rayon, and polyester – all of which are washable fabrics. You can identify a garment made with faux fur by referencing the sewn-in care label or noting the following distinctions: a woven or knitted backside, thick pile if medium to long length pile, and flexible and lightweight.

Follow this how-to, and keep your washable and non-washable faux fur looking new for years.

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When Your Elf Needs Some Holiday Help

Posted on Dec 8, 2016

When you’re the eyes and ears for Santa Claus, stains happen. We love the Elf on the Shelf for getting creative when it comes to reminding children around the world to “Be Good” at Christmastime. Grab your Wash & Stain Bar and lend a hand with this step-by-step guide, so your Elf on the Shelf can get back to business.

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When Things Get Too Sappy…

Posted on Dec 8, 2016

Tree sap happens. And, when it does, removing the sticky substance can be a tricky task. This sap removal how-to works on everything from tree skirts to clothing. We’re demonstrating with a good pair of gloves that got sapped during a trip to the Christmas tree farm.

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