Thursday, 30 September 2010
Wednesday, 29 September 2010
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• Put your wool coat or jacket inside a white pillow case and tie the tip of the pillow case. If you coat is too big to get into a pillow case you can use an old yet clean white bed sheet to wrap your coat, the best thing to do is make a sack out of it and put your coat inside then tie the end of the sack.
• Put it inside the washing machine.
• Put a little amount of washing machine detergent and a tiny amount of fabric conditioner.
• Wash it in the most gently setting on the washing machine and should be washed on cold water. Some new washing machine has this wool wash feature, so if you got this, you might as well use it using the same procedure above.
• Spin dry. Do not use the tumble dryer machine as this might cause shrinkage.
• Once done, take it out of the washing machine and open the sack or pillow case to get your coat out and leave it to dry indoors.
• You can iron it when it is almost dry by using an old white bed sheet. Put it over or on top the coat, and then run the iron on the sheet on top of the coat.
But be aware that woolen materials are very delicate as it could shrink when not properly washed or the worst you could ruined it, so I would advise that if your coat, jacket or sweater is very expensive, you could just have it professionally washed so you will not regret if anything happens to it!
Tuesday, 28 September 2010
Unlike the usual boring scrub tops, this has a signature designer stitching on the pocket, which I think is very attractive. This goes the same with the scrub pants; it also has a lovely double stitching design on the pocket with its logo. Well, to tell you, these trendy scrub clothing is only available online and not on the high street shops, so you will not get the same stylish look for a bargain price anywhere else!
Monday, 27 September 2010
• You will need a 250g of salt and a rubber gloves.
• Weigh dry fabric to check that you have sufficient dye. Wash thoroughly, even if new, to remove stains or dressings which may not be visible to the eye. Leave damp.
• Wearing rubber gloves, empty full contents of pack into 500ml of warm water.
• Fill bowl/stainless steel sink with approx. 6 litres of warm water (40 degrees c).
• Stir in 250g (5tbsp) of salt. Add dye and stir well.
• Submerge fabric in water
• Stir for 15mins. Then stir regularly for 45mins
• Rinse fabric in cold water. Wash in warm water and dry away from direct heat and sunlight.
• Wash separately for first few washes to remove any excess dye.
• Then hang it and leave it to dry.
Note that one pack will dye up to 250g of dry weight fabric (e.g. shirt) to full shade or larger amounts to a lighter shade.
Saturday, 18 September 2010
Sunday, 12 September 2010
About the steam fair: The attractions were composed of Steam Exhibition and demonstration, vintage and classic vehicles, rural displays, entertainment and music, booth market and fun fair for everyone. I think it is an excellent fun and action packed day out or even staying in camping for the whole family!