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4 great hacks for fresher home textiles

Did you know that a steamer works perfectly on curtains and tablecloths? Here are some tips and tricks on how to take care of home textiles in order to spruce up your home.


1. Steam your home textiles


Steaming home textiles such as tablecloths, pillowcases, sheets or curtains quickly gives your home a clean and fresh feeling. Use Steamery's Cirrus 2 Handheld Steamer and place your sheets and tablecloths on a flat surface and press the steamer against it for a wrinkle-free and smooth result. When steaming your curtains, simply leave the fabric hanging on the curtain rod while steaming.


2. Remove pilling from cushions, blankets, and armrests


Pilling is typically found where there is abrasion on the fabric, like for instance on armrests, blankets, or cushions. Spruce up your home by removing the pills with Pilo 1 Fabric Shaver. Gently move the nozzle over the textile and it will look like new again. Don't forget to empty the container a few times or the fabric shaver will start to run slow. Learn more about how to clean a fabric shaver.


3. Add a fresh scent of rose and musk


Pillows, curtains, sheets, and towels can often smell a bit from being cooped up in your linen cabinet (especially in vintage cabinets). A few spritzes of our Fabric Spray leave your home textiles with a fresh and pleasant smell.


4. Sweep off dust and fur


Vacuuming the couch and armchairs must be done in all homes, especially if you have pets. But a less grueling hack to get rid of dust from your sofa is to use our Lint Brush. Just brush a few strokes and dust, hair, and fur will disappear. It also works for fabric lampshades.

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