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Your Clothes and Shoes Will Always Look Great with These

 I don't know about you, but when something isn't quite right with my clothes or shoes, it really gets on my nerves. I get an uncontrollable urge to correct it, right there and then. Over the years, I've learned many a great trick to keep my clothes and shoes looking as fresh and as smart as can be. Here are 20 of my best - try them today: 
 
1. Lemon juice and baking soda are both great for removing underarm stains from clothes. 
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2. Refrigerate a sweater for 3-4 hours to prevent tangling or crumpling. 
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3. You can remove static electricity from clothes by wiping them with underside of an ordinary tissue. 
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4. Use hair straighteners to take slight crumples out of your clothes. 
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5. If you've spilled foundation on your shirt, you can get rid of it with shaving foam. 
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6. Stretch narrow shoes by pouring some water into re-sealable plastic bags, placing them carefully in side the shoes, and leaving them in the freezer overnight. 
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7. Red wine stains disappear when you pour white wine on them, sprinkle them with baking soda, and wash everything off after 2-3 hours. 
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8. Prevent knee-length boots from losing their shape by storing them with old magazines rolled inside them. 
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9. New shoes don't have to give you sore heels - rub your heels with a stick of deodorant to prevent blisters. 
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10. Soften up a leather coat by walking around in it in the rain. 
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11. Lipstick stains come off with hairspray. 
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12. Part of the rubber from the end of a pencil is perfect for holding an earring in place after losing a clasp stud.
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13. If you've just bought some new flats that feel a little tight, put some thick socks on, then your shoes. Blow-dry the areas that feel tight for a few minutes to loosen them up a little. 
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14. Return strength to weakened glasses frames by using nail varnish. 
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15. Use an eraser to clean up scuffs on your suede shoes. 
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16. Remove fuzz from a sweater using a razor. 
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17. An ordinary graphite pencil is all you need to get a broken zipper moving again. Simply rub the pencil over the zipper's teeth.
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18. Mix detergent and baking soda in a bowl. Smear the solution onto the white soles of trainers using an old toothbrush. A good scrub will help keep them clean. 
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19. Use the following method to tuck loose jeans into your shoes. 
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20. Try adding half a cup of distilled vinegar to a wash to prevent dark jeans from leaking color. 
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