by clicking the arrows at the side of the page, or by using the toolbar.
by clicking anywhere on the page.
by dragging the page around when zoomed in.
by clicking anywhere on the page when zoomed in.
web sites or send emails by clicking on hyperlinks.
Email this page to a friend
Search this issue
Index - jump to page or section
Archive - view past issues
If you can't see the tool bar please press F11
Home Living : June 21st 2011
8 HLN - HOME LIVING: NORTH, Tuesday, June 21, 2011 Worry free washing » ADVERTISING FEATUREHOMELIVING WITH winter, you'll find yourself looking for your favourite warm jacket. But you'll be disappointed if this item is not in good shape to see you through the season. Electrolux Fabric Care Ambassador and Australian fashion designer Alex Perry is a professional when it comes to taking care of clothing. Whether its your favourite white cotton tee or your most expensive cashmere sweater, he's got fuss free advice to help take the concern out of clothing care this season. Wool and cashmere: Lightweight natural fabric. Freshen by airing. Use a good quality wool wash. Fold them, rather than hanging. This will help keep their shape. Suede: Warm, soft and stylish. Rub suede gently with a bath towel to restore some of its natural texture. Invest in a good quality suede brush. Don't use stain remover. Cotton: Cool and light natural fibre. It often shrinks a little the first time you wash it. Use the cool setting on your dryer and wash using cold water. Cotton tends to absorb colours so wash separately. Silk: Delicate and requires gentle handling. Avoid spraying with perfumes. Let the garment drip dry, but never in the sun, as it will become brittle and bleach easily. Chiffon: Stains should not be wiped. Chiffon distorts when wet and far more damaging once damp. If stretched or shrunk, the fabric may not return to its original shape. Nylon: Nylon is a strong and lightweight material easy to care of. All nylon whites must be washed separately. @E:=>LOBEE> ,,- Ob\mhkbZ KhZ]' Ia3 21*0/222 LM:GFHK> 01 IZkkZfZmmZ KhZ]' Ia3 2..0000) :E>Q:G=KB: */ H kbhk]Zg Lm' Ia3 1,2-2-** www.wildwooddesigns.com.au OPEN 7 DAYS DESIGNS PACKAGE DEAL SALE Craftsmen of Unique Australian Hardwood Furniture Ph:9999 6060 Showroom: Unit 8, 101 Darley St, Mona Vale Open 6 days for your convenience ABSOL Awning Blind & Shutter Solutions www.absol.com.au Awnings Blinds Shutters Shade & Energy Up to 30% off Winter SALE! Discounts vary across our full range 3 FREE in home advice & quote 3 Extensive range 3 Energy solutions 3 Friendly service 3 Affordable prices 3 Expert consultants 3 Qualified tradesman 3 Local family owned business www.uniqueteak.com.au BROOKVALE 724 Pittwater Rd Ph. 99059055 (Outdoor Furniture Only) LEICHHARDT 800 Parramatta Rd Ph. 95603780 Sale Ends 30th June 2011 Rush in Now and Save on Australia s Highest Quality Range of Teak Furniture • Outdoor Dining Settings • Benches • Beds • Daybeds • Chairs • Coffee Tables • Swings • Cupboards • Bookcases • Indonesian Art & Décor • Market Umbrellas • AH Beard & Sealy Beds & Bedding • French Provincial Furniture and a Whole Lot More STOCKTAKE SALE 40%-50% OFF ALL STOCK Quality Teak Outdoor Furniture 2141271g 21/6 4HU\MHJ[\YPUN J\Z[VT RP[JOLUZ HUK QVPULY` ZPUJL 7YVMLZZPVUHS KLZPNU HUK WYVQLJ[ THUHNLTLU[ ZLY]PJL >PUULY VM /0( H^HYKZ PU Art of Kitchens Our reputation is built on our experience and quality WINNER OF HIA AUSTRALIAN KITCHEN OF THE YEAR *HSS \Z MVY H KLZPNU HUK X\V[L 6WLU KH`Z 7LUUHU[ /PSSZ 9VHK ;OVYUSLPNO 9980 9387 4PSSLY :[YLL[ *HTTLYH` 8920 8888 www.artofkitchens.com.au
June 14th 2011
June 28th 2011