Archive | May, 2012

29 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Knot a good idea

Did Earth Day make an impact?  Are you looking for an easy way to reduce, reuse and recycle?  Use your dry cleaning plastic bags instead of buying garbage bags at home. Tie the end in a knot and not only save money, but reduce the impact on the environment.  Most green dry cleaners use bags […]

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22 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Make room for spring and summer

For most of the country, snow and rain have been replaced by sunny skies and fresh grass – make room in your closet for bright new spring additions by packing up bulky outerwear, ski clothes and wet weather gear.  Want an easy way to store them for next season?  Ask us to fold your garments […]

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17 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Cool colors launch the season

Are metallic winter fashions overpowered for your look? Spring usually brings up images of pink and purple blossoms, but for 2012 the must-have colors are mint green and icy blue paired with neutral accessories. Mix and match cool colors with soft textured accessories – you will be sure to turn heads with every step.

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11 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Too much fun at the dinner table?

Are your table linens suffering from spring’s brightly colored cakes, eggs, candy or crafts projects? It’s always best to trust the professionals – DIY stain removal can cause more harm than good when dealing with even the dyes used in our favorite family activities – Instead, bring the boo-boos to us right away, and let […]

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08 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Honorary chairs of Chefs for Shelterhouse named

By the Midland Daily News Paul and Kim White will serve as honorary chairpersons for Chefs for Shelterhouse, the annual spring fundraiser for the Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (Shelterhouse) of Midland and Gladwin Counties. The event takes place from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 26, the Midland Center for the Arts. […]

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04 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Household checklist

Now that you’ve “exorcised” the deadbeats in your closet, here’s a household checklist! Carpet Inspect carpets for smudges and stains. Small spots can usually be removed with a dab of a carpet cleaner (on a toothbrush or Q-tip). Be sure to “flush” the area with fresh water, and then blot dry with a clean towel. […]

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