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Keeping Coronavirus Out Of Your Home

Health experts offer five pieces of advice in keeping coronavirus out of your home.
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Do Not Shake Out Dirty Clothes

Don't Shake Out Your Dirty Laundry
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Your Own Gym Habits May Be Making You Sick

Our gross habits in the gym could be causing illness and breakouts.
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The Worst Color You Can Wear To A Job Interview

Making a good first impression is essential when seeking a new job. Unfortunately for people who love dressing in sunny colors, wearing orange for an interview may be the worst thing you could wear. A survey of hiring managers found that 25% of them think that not only is orange the worst color to...
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Proper Cleaning Of Your Workout Clothes Will Reduce The Stink Factor

Gym clothes have a well-deserved reputation of smelling bad! The problem is that smell tends to stick with them even after repeated cycles in the laundry. That's because those stretchy clothing that wicks sweat away is typically made of synthetic fabrics that hold on to odors longer than other...
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Clothing Vanity Sizing Decoded Based On Brand

Vanity sizing might make you "feel better" about ourselves in wearing clothes size smaller than usual but it can be nightmare considering how much shopping has moved online. While there are many websites that have you enter your measurements, SizeCharter.com can figure out vanity sizing for other...
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Squeeze Some Extra Time Out Of Your Clothes Washer And Dryer Lifespan

Nothing lasts forever and that includes our pricey clothes washers and dryers. Most manufacturers say you should get at least 10 years out of your laundry appliances but with some extra TLC, you can add some years of successful operation. For instance, use the correct amount of laundry detergent,...
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How Long Can You Leave Wet Clothes In The Washer?

The one chore that never ends is laundry and with all those loads needing washing and drying, there are times when wet clothes are left in the washing machine. Wither you chose not to place wet clothes in the dryer of an empty house due to the fire risk or starting a load in the washer just before...
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Battle That Oily Stain With A Stick Of Chalk

There are a lot of ways to get out food stains, such as red wine or coffee. But for greasy stains, like melted butter, you're usually left with little options. Until now. Next time you find yourself with an oil splatter or greasy stain on your favorite top, try pre-treating with a little chalk...
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Tips On Cleaning Gym Clothes

There's a special kind of smell associated with the clothes you wear to the gym. Workout clothes are made of sweat wicking materials like Lycra, spandex, and polyester and even cotton clothes can get, and stay, stinky. So here are some ways to reduce the funk of your favorite (and pricey) workout...
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