Tips To Make Things Easier For A Busy Mom

by - 2/07/2015


Do you have too much to do and you can't do it all? As a busy mom it's difficult to organize things and find solution to make your day easier. Whether working at the office or a stay home mom or a Mommy multitasking work that leads to a hectic lifestyle.

As a Fashionista Mom as far as I know, you're avoiding to spend to much buying clothes same as how to preserve the clothes you buy. 

Here are some TIPS that can help your works fast & easier and at the same time making your clothes, shoes, and pants last:



HOW TO KEEP YOUR PANTS/TROUSERS LOOKING NEW.



Get a basin full of water and put 1 cup of vinegar then put your pants. Soak it for an hour. Do not rinse. Just hang it or lay flat to dry.




*Using washing machine, toss in a cup of vinegar on a hand-wash setting. No detergent. Do not rinse. 

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HOW TO KEEP YOUR SHOES NEW



If you don't have a shoe polish and you're in a hurry because your late for work --- get a lotion. Yes, a lotion! Using used clothes, wipe the lotion into the shoes, then that's it! Viola! You have now a NEW SHOES.

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HOW TO TAKE CARE OF CLOTHES BUTTONS




To avoid untangled buttons, you need a colorless nail polish. Or used a nail polish matches with the thread in your buttons to have a neat and tangled buttons.

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HOW TO CLEAN STAIN IN CLOTHES


I don't know how effective is this, but other says it is, by using BABY WIPES. It is a great way of removing stains and great for cleaning in general except for leathers.

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That's it for today's post, till next time.

Thanks.









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18 comments

  1. these are some very good ideas! thank you so much for sharing them - I'm going to try them out!

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  2. Some people also said sprite is used for removing stains in clothes. Dont really know how true. Using lotion for shoe doesnt seem okay by me.

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  3. nice tipss!love the nail polish tip!

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  4. Very helpful ideas these will help all busiest mom's :) thanks for sharing

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  5. thanks for sharing these great tips, I am going to try out the jeans with vinegar one next time I wash!

    xoxox www.junedujour.com

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  6. some great tips! interested in the stain removal one. will try it out one day

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  7. Ahaha I am not a mom, but I could definitely share this to my mom friends. These are great ideas! One great mom example! Thumbs up! :-)

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  8. Great tips Pal, vinegar for pants? wow, I thought the color will fade. also, most of my peers will stay away from me, because 'amoy suka' ako..

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  9. This is not useful for busy mum. Everyone will be glad to know the tips you shared here. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. All these tips are valid except perhaps the last one. I don't think baby wipes will be able to remove stubborn stains effectively. Maybe some stains only but not all.

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  11. Thanks for the tips. It is very useful not only for busy mom, it also apply to anyone who is busy men or women. I have not try soaking pants in vinegar. Should try over the weekend.

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  12. Great tips and hacks. Thanks for sharing this one madam. Will come in handy!

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  13. Those are some excellent advice for busy moms! I'm not a mom but I can imagine how busy some moms are!

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  14. Fantastic post and did make me chuckle! Love the lotion on the shoes idea, I shall definitely be trying this! Sim @ simslife.co.uk x

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  15. I should try the jeans part. It could save a lot of time in ironing and maintaining the jeans.

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  16. These are terrific ideas and I must admit I use lotion to polish my shoes when I'm rushing somewhere. I'm stealing these other ideas. Thank you! :-)

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  17. Won't vinergar make your pants smell bad? That lotion on the shoes is something I will definitely try. I need to buy new shoes but there is no time. So I have to make do with my old pair, scuffed as the leather may be.

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