How Long Do Colors Usually Last In Fabric Dye?

Dyeing fabric is a fun and easy way to add color to any project. But how long do colors usually last in fabric dye? In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the lifespan of fabric dye, so you can make sure your projects always look their best. How long do the colors … [Read more]

Why Does Super Glue Get Hot on Fabric?

It’s the holiday season, and you’re spending time with your family. Inevitably, there will be a spill on someone’s shirt or a rip in your favorite sweater. You reach for some superglue to patch up the fabric so you can continue enjoying your day together! Even though you know that super glue is great for … [Read more]

Can Ants Eat Clothes?

You may have seen ants crawling on your clothes or bedding. Perhaps you’ve watched them gnaw on a pant leg or shirt sleeve, leaving behind tiny tear marks. So what’s the deal? Ants are one of the most abundant insects in the world, and their eating habits are more diverse than most people realize. So … [Read more]

Why Fabric Is Expensive (And Should Stay That Way)

How many times have you been shopping for fabric and found yourself asking, “Why is fabric so expensive?” The answer is complicated. Good, quality fabric requires high-tech machinery to weave and knit it.  Then, there are the dyes, the labor costs (some fabrics are very hard to work with), shipping costs all over the world, … [Read more]

Which Fabric Does Not Catch Fire?

Have you ever wondered what fabric does not catch fire? Pure cotton, 100% cotton, wool, silk, and linen are some examples of fire-resistant fabrics. Many fabrics do not catch fire easily. Let’s learn more about the properties of these fabrics and how they compare to other fabrics in terms of fire resistance. Difference between Flame … [Read more]

Are Fabric Hurricane Shutters Effective?

Do you live in an area that is prone to hurricanes? If so, then you may want to consider installing fabric hurricane shutters. These shutters are made of durable fabric and can protect your home from wind and rain damage. They are also easy to install and require little maintenance.  But how effective are they … [Read more]