JUST KEEPIN' IT CLEAN
How to clean your nylon crossing jacket: Use warm water along with a gentle detergent for best results. Hang or lay flat to dry. Adding fabric softener either to the rinse cycle in the washer or with a dryer sheet in the dryer will greatly reduce the static on nylon.
How to wash screen printed/Iron on transfer garments: Turn the garment Inside Out. Friction causes the screen-printed design to loosen and flake, so always remember to turn your garment inside out before you wash them. Use the gentle cycle. Wash in Cold Water. Hang Dry. Wash Less Often. Wear Less Often.
How do you wash embroidered garments: To avoid shrinkage, wash the fabric as gently as possible and air-dry if you can. Make sure to follow the fabric's care instructions. If you're concerned about the thread color bleeding onto the fabric (or vice versa), wash gently in cold water.
How do you wash garments with rhinestones/sequins: If you choose to machine wash clothes with sequins, turn the garment inside out so that the rhinestones/sequins are protected. Place the garment in a mesh lingerie bag for the most protection. Always use the gentle cycle with a cold water wash and rinse and a mild detergent.
How to wash a baseball cap: Cool-to-warm water in the sink, mild detergent, gentle rubbing with a clean washcloth should do it. Rinse in cool water. If it's a wool hat, handwash in cool water and a detergent specifically for wool. Wool can be temperamental, so wash gently and press with a towel to remove leftover water.
How to clean your snapback : By Hand: Mix a concoction of warm water and laundry detergent in a bowl. You can use a washcloth to dip in bowl. Then wipe the Cap inside and out
How do you clean Silver jewelry: White vinegar and baking soda: Use this gentle cleaner to remove heavy tarnish that's preventing you from polishing your silver. Soak the tarnished piece in a solution of 1/2 cup white vinegar and 2 tbsp. baking soda (be prepared for the fizzing!) for two to three hours, then rinse and dry.
How to clean High end Faux Jewelry: Mix together one drop each of baby shampoo and water (regular jewelry cleaners, usually meant for the real deal, are too harsh to use on costume pieces). Use a soft toothbrush or Q-Tip to clean hard-to-reach spots. Rinse off quickly in cool water and dry with a clean, soft hand towel or microfiber cloth.