Because we’re not the biggest fan of humans, clothes have become our best friend. They never give you up, they never let you down, they never turn around and desert you. Oh wait, is that Rick Astley? Either way, if your clothes are the best things in your life, then you probably want them to stay perfect forever. You want them to look brand new every time you put them on, and you want them to smell fresh each time you wear them. You can actually keep your clothes looking epic if you follow these DIY clothing tricks…
Make the most of your razor
There’s a high chance that you buy a pack of razors, lose them somewhere in your house, buy another pack, find the lost pack of razors, and then realize that you’re surrounded by razors you don’t really need. If that’s the case, don’t throw them in the trash. If you have bobbly balls of fluff of pills on your sweaters or even on your jeans, these razors will get rid of them in an instant. All you need to do is lightly shave your clothing and let the razor do the work. It sounds odd, but it does work!
Get your crayons out
If you’ve ever experienced the horror of a stuck zipper, you’ll know that it’s honestly heartbreaking. You don’t know what to do, and you don’t know whether just to cut your losses and throw your favorite hoodie in the trash. Instead of doing that, make the most of your craft box! If you have a crayon in your house, this could come in very handy. Simply draw on the zipper and let the wax do its thing. You should be able to zip up and down again in no time.
Clear nail polish is your friend
If you’re the kind of person that loves to have the cutest nails, you probably don’t remember the last time you saw your natural nail underneath all of the colored polish and patterns. However, you should probably buy some nail polish next time you go to the store because it can be a lifesaver. You can apply this clear nail varnish to the ladder in your pantyhose to stop it from trailing even further up or down your leg, and you can even apply it to the tread of a loose button to keep it on board.
Stains call for shaving cream
There is honestly nothing better than making sure your eyebrows are on fleek, and your contour is on point. Yet, there is honestly nothing worse than seeing all of your hard work disappear onto your clothing when you put these items on. Makeup stains may be the worst thing since Crocs came into our lives, but they can be fixed. All you need for this is to grab a can of shaving cream and rub it into the stain. If it doesn’t come off straight away, just keep applying the foam until the makeup does eventually come loose!
Looking to keep your clothes as perfect as possible? Follow these DIY clothing tricks!