Have a Ralph Lauren flag pillow, but the surrounding white part of the cover has a set-in mildew stain. What are ideas on how to remove?
I heard that wool balls in the dryer would eliminate static. So I bought 100% wool yarn rolled it into three balls and tossed them into the dryer with the wet clothes... See more
There are yellow staines where table cloth was folded. I don't want to use bleach as it's old.
I live in an apartment with high ceilings.
I am about to rent a room and need to get wood stove smell out before I move. Is it possible to wash items and put into black garbage/contractor bags into same room ?
Getting ready to store my outdoor cushions and noticed mildew developing on a few of the cushions. How can I clean these before they are stored?
I took my leather handbag out of storage and it began to deteriorate. Is there something I can apply to leather before it starts shedding its finish?
I would use water and soap but I don´t know wheter sisal rugs shrink with water. Some stains are from spilling drinks, some others were produced by pets.
I already tried laundry bleach, and it didn't work. It's along the top edge where it's held to the rod - quite the eyesore!
I did not unscrupulous mistake
My husbands shirts have grease spots on his tummy area. I cant win this battle!
Have had a professional carpet cleaner attempt to remove---not successful
i know its from our hair, I use bleach to brighten them to no avail!
My husband dropped glue on the passenger seat in our car. I need help removing it.