By the time you've assembled a wardrobe of comfortable, functional, modest, and attractive missionary clothing, you'll have spent too much time and money to let anything get ruined. To help keep every outfit looking its best so you can keep looking your best, here are some simple tips for missionary clothing care for elders and for sisters.
Tips for Clothing Care
Missionary clothing can be affordable, but no matter how much you spent on it, you certainly don't want it to wear out, rip, or stain after only a few months. Luckily, protecting that investment doesn't have to be a chore. All you have to do is remember a few simple tips for missionary clothing care!
Use cold water.
Cold water is less damaging on both your clothing and your wallet. Make sure to change the settings on your washing machine to avoid issues.
Try other drying options.
Line drying is the best option for most of your missionary clothing (as long as you don't leave it out in the sun for too long, of course). If that's not an option, use the lowest setting on your dryer so that nothing shrinks, fades, or gets damaged.
Ask questions before dry cleaning.
Dry cleaning is sometimes necessary, but it comes with a lot of harsh chemicals. Ask yourself if you can put off dry cleaning by using preventative measures (like natural cleaners) or if there are better options available.
Store with care.
Storage can be a significant strain on your wardrobe if you aren't doing things correctly. Remember never to stuff too many outfits in the same drawer or closet, and store out-of-season outfits elsewhere to avoid accidentally ruining them. Additionally, try to choose high-quality hangers that won't ruin your clothes.
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