Washing Linen and Vintage Napkins {how-to}


Washing LinenHere’s the Colorado Lady’s tips on how to clean cloth and all of your vintage treasures so they sparkle like new.

Clean Cloth

Before you start this meant to clean cloth, you’ll need to spot test your fabric using the method below and make sure there will be damage to the fabric or colors before you soak the whole piece. I do this only on brightly colored items and so far, all have been fine using this method.

Washing Linen

You will need:  White Vinegar, Biz Detergent, Oxi-Clean, large bucket when washing linen. Head on over to the Colorado Lady to see her step-by-step instructions on how to clean your vintage linens.

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  1. Try to clean in the less harmful way. There is no point in cleaning a fabric that will be ruined afterwards.

  2. Do you have any tips on cleaning an antique veil made of very fine tulle and edged with satin ribbon. It is about 30 years old and is a little yellow.
    Many thanks

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