At some point, you have too many Ties and Belts which outgrow the space between your socks and undies. Ever thought to yourself….gee I would really like to organise my ties and belts better? Well, not anymore. malebox has just introduced a tie and belt box can be placed in your cupboard or on top of your chest of drawers. It fits 12 ties in the top and 12 belts below (you may be able to fit ties in the bottom drawer as well dependent upon thickness). You can place other items in any of the compartments, but keep all your ties and belts in this box and your partner will forever be off your back for not putting them away…and they will be easy to find the next time you need to wear them!
If you have just been to dinner and the drunk person next to you has splattered you with their spaghetti bolognese, dont panic – there is a chance that your tie may be saved!
The easiest solution is to ensure the stain is removed from your necktie having it dry cleaned by a specialist as soon as possible (this is not fool proof as some of their cleaning agents may not be suitable for your fabric – furthermore, a silk tie will lose its shine after dry cleaning) - preferably within 24 hours of it being stained. Silk is delicate. Cleaning and pressing a silk tie is a specialist skill and you can easily ruin your tie if you don’t know what you are doing. Some common stains are: Alcohol, Grease, Coffee or Ink stains from a pen. Here are some steps if you want to attend to the stain yourself. Continue reading →