In this article we provide you with step-by-step guidance on washing wool garments safely and effectively. We cover how to prepare wool for washing; how to choose the best detergent for wool; and steps for washing wool by machine or by hand.
We share the secrets for successfully washing, drying, and caring for wool sweaters. We explain why wool requires special care -- including using a detergent formulated for wool – and show you how to wash your sweaters to keep them looking and feeling great for seasons to come.
A whole holiday devoted to giving thanks for our blessings, feasting with loved ones, and watching football? Count us in (with maybe a little nap before dessert). But if you’re the host or hostess, Thanksgiving dinner means a lot of work that can really cut into your good time. Trust us, we’ve been there. Hosting Thanksgiving for a crowd can be downright exhausting, and more than a little stressful.
This blog offers a guide to choosing laundry detergent for sensitive skin. It explores the ingredients that can trigger reactions and emphasizes the importance of choosing hypoallergenic, pH-neutral, natural detergents, like those made by Heritage Park.
Wool is a delicate fabric requiring a specialty detergent. Wool detergents gently clean without enzymes that damage fibers. Follow care tips like cold water, no agitation, and flat drying to properly wash woolens while preserving softness and preventing shrinking.
Heritage Park Laundry Essentials launches Naturally Bright Oxygen Powder, a versatile and safe powder that boosts cleaning power, treats odors, and removes stains. Naturally Bright Oxygen Powder is free from harsh chemicals and safe for most fabrics and surfaces.
Fabric softener is bad for your laundry because it is loaded with chemicals, builds up on fabric and your washing machine, reduces absorbency of towels, compromises safety of children's sleepwear and athletic wear, and is bad for the environment. Wool dryer balls are a safe and natural way to soften laundry and speed drying time.
Learn how to remove oxidation stains from clothing. These “stealth stains” often show up over time. The best way to treat oxidation stains is by preventing them from happening in the first place and we provide you with prevention guidelines. We give you directions on how to remove oxidation stains, including our two-step wash protocol using white vinegar and baking soda.
Get step-by-step guidance on how to clean your dirty iron from the team at Heritage Park Laundry Essentials. We also provide valuable tips on how to maximize the efficiency of your iron while protecting your clothing and linen.