January 06, 2018
Is January the month where you want to improve your health and looks? Yoga, meditation, detox diets and skipping alcohol are just some of the many possibilities for a healthier lifestyle. But what about your favourite clothes? In this post, we’ll look at how to create that perfect beauty spa for your garments. Here are two very easy and uncomplicated tips to make your clothes feel and look better
Pill appears on fabrics when groups of short or broken fibres tangle together in first tiny, then increasingly bigger bobbles. It is quite common that pilling happens at some point of the journey that you are taking with your loved clothes. There are very few fibres that do not pill at all. If you are interested to find out why pilling happens, read more over at wikipedia.
Luckily, getting rid of pill is quite easy. You can either do it with a single-blade raiser, or a fancy electric pill remover. While you might have a raiser blade already at home, you can get an electric pill remover in most household stores. They do their job amazingly well; it is a very rewarding experience to work with these tiny machines.
Clothes accompany us and let us find out who we are. Sometimes, however, that one item you love most catches a gash and it tears apart a tiny piece of your world. The best you can do is offering a patch that hides the wound. Look at it as a mend that connects memories to it. With every patch your clothes will become more persona and their life will continue! And because we want to help you adding memories to your clothes, we will include a patching kit with every purchase you’ll do at our online store and at the flag ship store this month! And if you just want some comfort for your clothes, email us and we send you a small repair kit for free! You can get your repair kit from the TAUKO flagship store and via email until 30.1.2018.
FOLLOW THESE 3 STEPS GUIDE TO ACHIEVE THE BEST RESULT
Text by Mila Moisio, featured image by Laura Oja
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