This is how you can make your winter clothing last longer

January means extreme cold weather. This also means that you need to pile on a lot more clothes over yourself and take care of a lot of clothing stuff. With our amazing tips presented below, taking care of your winter belongings will be a cakewalk.

1) Freeze your wollen leggings to make them last longer

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We understand your plight when you need to buy new pair of leggings every season as they tend to wear out with excessive usage. To make them last longer you should strengthen the fibers. This can be done by soaking your new leggings in water, wringing them to remove excessive water and then freezing them
overnight.

Once done, you should thaw them out and use them the next day as it is.

2) Remove the puffs from your sweaters by rubbing pumice stone over it
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It is common to see ugly puffs developing over woollen sweaters. To remove them just gently rub a pumice stone over the sweater. The texture of the stone removes the puffs. An important thing to note here is that you should be extremely soft in your approach.

3) Fix your itchy sweater with your hair conditioner
If you have a sweater that gives you an itch upon usage then you can fix it by soaking it in water and a few spoons of vinegar for sometime. After that, take some hair conditioner and rub it over the surface. Keep it as it is for a few minutes and then wash the sweater with water and put it out for a flat dry.

You will find it softer next time.

4) Say no to smelly boots with tea bags
Put out the dirty stinking smell of your boots by stuffing the insides with a few tea bags overnight. The tea bags absorbs the smell and keep it fresh You can also sprinkle baking soda for the same effect.

5) Hang your woollen stuff wisely
Ofter hook marks develop over winter clothes if you hang them on a pointed hook. To prevent this, hang them after folding and putting them upon a hanger.

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