How to Clean Hats

Hats are not something you think about washing regularly, the way you do your socks. But hats often go on your head to hide dirty hair, or to shade a sweaty brow on a hot day. They have a sneaky way of getting grimy, gradually, until one day it’s there — salt stains on the…

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How to Clean Mold

Mold is gnarly: you can’t just clean it, you have to kill it. That’s because mold is a living microorganism, similar to yeast or mushrooms. With a little moisture, mold can grow on pretty much any surface, and once it starts growing, tiny, hair-like roots and floating spores help it spread. If mold gets into…

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How to Clean Nike Shoes

As far as cleaning goes, Nikes don’t really require any special treatment. But an Air Force One is about as far from a Flyknit Nike Free as you can get while still be considered a sneaker, which means how you get them looking like new is going to be different too. Your cleaning method depends…

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