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Ways to prolong life of a printed silk necktie

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Ways to prolong life of a printed silk necktie

Dear Heloise: What is the proper way to clean men's neckties without damaging the interfacing material that is inside the printed silk necktie to keep the shape in its original form? — Shafeeq, via e-mail
If the tie is made from silk or another delicate fabric, your best bet is to have it professionally dry-cleaned. You probably won't be able to wash a tie without damaging the interfacing, but here are some hints to prolong the life of a printed silk necktie:
If you get a stain, blot and let dry. Water or club soda may leave a water mark, so use care.
Undo the knot before removing your tie. Sliding the knot can cause it to lose its shape.
Don't iron your tie on the front side! If you must press it, press on the reverse side.
When you get a new tie, spray it with a fabric protector to prevent future stains. — Heloise
Dear Heloise: Fretting about whether one first-class stamp on a letter is enough postage? The maximum weight for a first-class stamp is one business envelope (about 4 inches by 9 inches) plus four sheets of typing or copier paper. If your letter is this weight or lighter, one stamp is OK.

— Ronald N., Alexandria, Va.
Ronald, we weighed a business envelope and four sheets of paper, and it was under an ounce. The maximum weight for a first-class stamp is 3.5 ounces on a business-size envelope, according to the post office. — Heloise
Dear Heloise: After printing photos, I put any pertinent information and the date of photo on clear address labels and place on the front of the photo. — M.W., via e-mail
Dear Heloise: Take an old golf bag and use it to holdyour garden tools. — Lillie in Alabama
This is a wonderful green hint and an excellent way to recycle a large item. Place a small square of plywood in the bottom of the main part to give it solid base. — Heloise
Dear Heloise: Here is a hint to keep potato chips fresh: Keep them in the freezer! I also do this with marshmallows. — Miriam Cook, Enola, Pa.

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