Say ‘I Do’ With Eucalan

Wipes_looseWedding Season is about to begin – and whether you're a bridesmaid or a bride, you don't want to forget the Eucalan

Don't let an unexpected stain ruin your special day!  Your "emergency" kit should include lipstick, band-aids, safety pins, tissues, and Eucalan stain-treating towelettes.  They will quickly clean up any little marks that get on your dress, be it make-up, food, or bird poop (yes, those outdoor photo shoots can get messy!).  Bring enough for each person in your wedding party as well as your mother and mother-in-law, too.

After your special day, the hem and train of your wedding dress will most likely be filthy, and it will definitely need a good cleaning before being put away.  Cleaning and preserving your dress couldn't be easier (or more cost-effective) with Eucalan

• Add Eucalan to washing machine or bath tub and fill with tepid water. 
• Immerse dress in water and allow to soak for 15 minutes.
How_to_wedding_dress• Add Eucalan full strength to tough stains and rub gently with a soft tooth brush until stain disappears.
• Squeeze dress with hands to incorporate soap and water through the fibres.
• Soak dress for additional 15 minutes.
• Remove from water and squeeze or spin out excess water.
• You may roll in a towel being careful not to get beads stuck on towel fibres.
• Hang to dry away from direct sunlight or heat.

Often times, stains don't show up until much later.  When you pull your dress out of storage, you may notice discolorations that hadn't been there before!  Our newest tutorial video will show you how to remove the most stubborn stains; click here for instructions on our website.

Knitting Daily TV

Exciting news!  Series 800 of Knitting Daily TV is now available for purchase on DVD, including two Eucalan-sponsored episodes. 

After spending so much time making a garment, sock, or really any hand-knit (or crocheted) item, knowing how to properly care for it will extend its life.  Watch the clip from episode 804 below for great tips on washing and blocking your finished projects.  Eunny uses Eucalan in this episode to hand-wash her sweater. 

 

Sometimes food, makeup and other stains find their way onto your WIP (work-in-progress).  When stains strike, Eucalan shines in emergency spot removal.  In the clip from Episode 813 below, Kristin Omdahl removes a stuboorn makeup stain live on camera using Eucalan Wipes.  She also gives some fantastic quick cleaning times for your delicate handmade items and talks about why she prefers a product with essential oils such as Eucalan for all of her hand-made and vintage care.