Four Money-Saving Tips to Revive Your Worn-out Clothes


Revitalize Your Wardrobe

After a lot of wear, your favorite clothes can start to look tired. But fear not, you don't need to replace them just yet. Try these four cash-saving tricks to breathe new life into your outfits:

Dye to Perfection

Washing can fade clothes over time, but a quick re-dye can work wonders. Consider using Dylon machine dye, which is easy to use and offers a wide range of shades to choose from. Priced from £6 on Amazon, this simple solution can make your clothes look as good as new.

Say Goodbye to Bobbles

Everyday wear and washing can cause fabrics to pill, forming unsightly bobbles on the surface. Invest in a fabric shaver or simply use a blunt disposable razor to gently remove the bobbles. Remember to turn your clothes inside out when washing to prevent future pilling.

Stay Fresh

If your tops and workout clothing start to smell of sweat even after washing, try soaking them in a mixture of white vinegar, bicarbonate of soda, and cold water. This trick not only banishes odors but also tackles yellow sweat marks on clothing. Avoid using fabric softener on sweaty clothes to prevent trapping bacteria and smells.

Button Up

Missing or damaged buttons can make your clothing look tatty. Replace them like-for-like or choose some fresh buttons to jazz up your garments. Amazon offers a variety of styles, with packs of ten starting from £4.

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