Fall is the richest season by far for color. Deep, warm hues are found in the changing foliage for rich reds, oranges, and yellows. Green (Sage or Emerald) and even blue (Indigo) take on a new personality with the changing season.
Our favorite? Mustard.
Hues of this creamy color are found in leaves, flowers (take home some Mums), food and sunsets. Try a bit in your home décor, too … you don't have to paint an entire room … go with your favorite white and add a splash of golden yellow on the ceiling for a cozy feel.
Paint: Golden Bark by Benjamin Moore
As the parent company of CRDN of Arizona, Bell Cleaners is proud to announce that our restoration team has been recognized for their contributions last year.
Congratulations to the CRDN staff who performed above and beyond during a year full of challenges – perhaps the most unusual we’ve ever experienced due to the pandemic.
Perspiration is a form of protein-based stains. These stains come from organic materials that include sweat, but also blood, meat, dairy and eggs. To remove these stains, we'll use enzymes that can “digest” these proteins.
If possible, hang your clothing until it dries, then bring it in for us to handle. It never hurts to point out key area where you may want extra attention given.
When in doubt, turn to Martha Stewart. Though we’ve posted about spring cleaning previously, perhaps you’ll want to take another look at your closet (take advantage of being inside where it is cool) and consider eliminating these items:
Old Denim If you're swimming in a sea of denim, it's time to reevaluate and identify the pairs that don't fit well (or the ones you simply don't love) and toss them.
Concert T-Shirts You'll always have the memories of your first teenage concert, but that doesn't mean you have to keep the t-shirt. It's time to let go of the shirt memorabilia, especially since they're keepsakes only.READ MORE
Many of us tend to grab water, or club soda, to try and remove food or liquid spilled on our clothing.
Ironically, water will set the stain, making it more difficult to remove. We ask that you simply blot the stain with a dry cloth, mark the stain -- and, if you have the time, pin a note telling us what was spilled -- and, bring it in on your next visit.
With outdoor barbecues and juicy fruits in peak season, you know its gonna happen...