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Dress For Success & Let Your Outfits Be Faultless!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Faultless® Premium Starch. All opinions and texts are all mine.

Have you ever been out and about feeling fly and thinking you’re dressed to impressed, only to get home or walk by a full length mirror and see that your fabulous ensemble actually has a ton of wrinkles! It’s happened to the best of us but we’re here to help you “Dress For Success & Let Your Outfits Be Faultless!” Recently we covered a few laundry tips and you all let us know on social that you really enjoyed the tips. We wanted to take things a step further and talk about something that a lot of people forget to keep well stocked, Faultless® Premium Starch.

Dress For Success & Let Your Outfits Be Faultless!

Ok, I have a confession to make… ironing is not my favorite thing to do. I actually have a cousin who LOVES ironing and finds it therapeutic, I’ve often tried to bribe her to just do mine too lol. With that said, ironing is a major part of keeping your clothes looking sharp, whether it’s a date night or you’re preparing for a job interview you should always look like a million bucks and dress for success.

 Dress For Success & Let Your Outfits Be Faultless!

Dress For Success & Let Your Outfits Be Faultless!

Since I’m not a fan of the ironing process, I’m always looking for the best products to help with the process. Which is why I loved using Faultless Premium Starch.  Not only does Faultless Premium will keep your clothes looking new, it also reduces your ironing time *does happy dance*, Faultless Premium is the starch that performs!

Dress For Success & Let Your Outfits Be Faultless!

With Faultless Premium you’ll also be getting your moneys worth because unlike other starch, the Faultless Premium bottle won’t clog, flake or spot.  I know I’ve hated having to throw out other starch products in the past because the bottles clogged up.

So… if you’re not familiar with using starch on your clothes, have no fear we have a step by step guide contest of Faultless Premium for you below. In fact, they have a ton of awesome Tips & Tricks that you can learn, just click here for more!

Dress For Success & Let Your Outfits Be Faultless!

Now that you know how to use starch and you’re ready to dress for success, we’d like to offer you a coupon for $.55 off a can of a 20 oz. can of Faultless Premium Starch.  Coupon link is live until 10/31/2016. Coupon expires 30 days after print day. Maximum of two prints. You can find Faultless Premium at a store near you.

And because we’re awesome we’d like to help one of our winners jumpstart their journey to dressing for success. Enter to win a Faultless Starch product pack and a Visa gift-card! We’re thankful for Faultless Premium Starch sponsoring this giveaway, be sure to like Faultless on Facebook.

Your Life After 25's Dress For Success Faultless Prize Pack Giveaway!

Prize:

– 1 Ironing board cover
– 1 Hot Iron cleaner
– 3 cans of Faultless Premium Starch
–  $25 Visa Gift Card

giveaway open to 18+ USA only

Share Your fave clothing/laundry/ironing tip from Faultless Tips & Tricks!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Faultless Starch. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  • slehan

    Take clothes out of the dryer as soon as it’s done so they don’t wrinkle.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

  • Natalie

    I like to put 4-5 dryer sheets in the dryer to make my clothes extra soft.

  • shannon fowler

    i fold everything military style and put into color coordinated drawers so that i don’t have to pull everything out and unfold things to find what i am looking for

  • slehan

    Buy permanent press clothes

  • fifibuci

    This is a really neat idea for a contest.

  • cynthiac

    The hint to wash the nozzle after use is a good one to keep it from clogging.

  • Danielle Young

    Cool sweepstakes

  • Erica Weaver

    hang clothes in bathroom when taking a hot shower

  • tammy

    I like the tip on removing dog hair

  • steve weber

    make sure the water is super hot.

  • cspring31971

    I liked the tip about washing the spray nozzle when you’re finished so that next time when you go to use the can the nozzle isn’t clogged

  • Erin Will

    I like the instructions on how to clean your iron! I always thought I knew what I as doing but apparently not! 😉

  • Christy DuBois

    I watched the video and read how to iron a shirt. This is basically the way I do it. I probably just need more practice. And thanks for the coupon.

  • fifibuci

    Are there materials that should be avoided?

  • Lesley F

    I hang up clothes as soon as I take them out of the dryer

  • Trinity Rosario

    I hand wash as many items as I can to make them last longer – I try not to use the dryer on tops/blouses/bras/undies and hang them all to dry.

  • Erica Weaver

    wash in cold water to keep colors from fading or bleeding

  • slehan

    wash in cold water.

  • fifibuci

    always?

  • Lisa Brown

    How to Remove Dog Hair: Spray Magic Static Remover on carpet, clothing or upholstery. Wait one minute, then vacuum or brush.

  • Kim ONeill

    my mom taught me this one, put foil underneath ironing board, the foil will reflect the heat so you’re ironing on both sides

  • evamack

    look your best

  • slehan

    wear an apron when cooking to keep clothes clean

  • Melissa

    Use hairspray to remove ink stains

  • rosannepm

    I wash in cold first to get rid of stains then either warm or hot (hot for whites with bleach) Rosanne

  • sandra

    I like using faultless to get wrinkles out

  • Lauryn R

    I use a product called “GOOP” to get all stains out my laundry! It works wonders! 🙂

  • tpoage

    I don’t have any tips. I don’t iron any of my clothes.

  • Erlene Mccurdy

    Clean your iron regularly to prevent deposits

  • Laura

    I always wash with cold water!

  • Isabel Hernandez

    we get the clothes out of the dryer ASAP and iron them as well.

  • Cathy Guzik

    Clothes out after 5….the ones that are our good clothes….lightly iron once dry if needed.

  • Michaela

    I wash all my clothes with cold water, use fabric softener, and use dryer sheets in the dryer!

  • Erica Weaver

    i always wash colors in cold and whites in hot

  • slehan

    Don’t iron – just steam

  • slr11

    I always lay a towel on top of delicates when I iron so I don’t ruin them.

  • Elizabeth

    I didn’t know that silicone and Teflon ironing board covers can speed ironing time…nice!

  • Shawna Bell

    this would be really handy

  • tpoage

    I don’t have any tips I don’t iron.

  • Karen Genna Nadeau

    If I am in a rush I will put a towel down and the clothes on top to iron quickly.

  • buttercup magoo

    I wash all my clothes with cold water

  • lindabass

    I spritz

  • gannyofshy

    I love the tip on how to fold my dresses, there are so many different opinions on you should fold and iron

  • tpoage

    I don’t iron I just put it in the dryer with a wet rag.

  • buttercup magoo

    I love to iron

  • tpoage

    I don’t iron.

  • slehan

    Be careful when you’re eating so you don’t spill

  • buttercup magoo

    wash all my clothes with cold water

  • sandra

    i like the tip to tilt the can 45 degress

  • tpoage

    I put my wrinkled clothes in the dryer with a damp cloth.

  • Erica Weaver

    put clothes that are wrinkled in dryer after misting with water

  • Christy DuBois

    I love all the tips I can get with laundry and making my clothes look the best they can. I liked the tip on how to fold a dress shirt.

  • buttercup magoo

    I put my wrinkled clothes in the dryer

  • Breanna Pollard

    I like the how to fold a dress shirt tip.

  • Erica Weaver

    WASH DELICATES BY HAND THEN GENTLE CYCLE

  • slehan

    wear an apron when you cook

  • TheresaJenkins

    Oil and Grease …Spray with pre-wash containing a petroleum distillate. Launder using the hottest water safe for fabric, increasing the amount of detergent.

  • buttercup magoo

    I liked the tip on how to fold a dress shirt.

  • natasha

    I get the clothes out of the dryer before they stop and it cuts down my ironing time.

  • jennifer swanson

    woo hoo!! thank for the chance to win 🙂 good luck everyone

  • Erica Weaver

    IRON YOUR CLOTHES FROM NECK TO SLEEVE THEN DOWN FROM TOP TO BOTTOM

  • slehan

    Let your clothes air out between wearings.

  • buttercup magoo

    I get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • Erica Weaver

    SPRAY STARCH ON YOUR ITEMS BEFORE YOU IRON

  • slehan

    Separate dark & light items.

  • tannawings

    Hang clothes up right after the dryer and there is less ironng

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • K Davis

    To shake the can, I always forget this step.

  • Erica Weaver

    WASH COLOR THE WILL BLEED SEPARATE

  • tannawings

    Use ice cubes to remove gum

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • Erica Weaver

    CLEAN WHITES IN HOT WATER AND COLORS IN COLD

  • slehan

    Wear old clothes when cleaning.

  • tannawings

    Pretreat clothes when they first get stained. Dont let it set in

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • Erica Weaver

    WASH YOUR COLORS SEPERATE IN RECOMMENDED WATER TEMP

  • tannawings

    Use dryer balls it really does help dry faster

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • Erica Weaver

    TURN ON LOW HEAT FOR DELICATE CLOTHES

  • tannawings

    Use cold water to wash most things.

  • buttercup magoo

    Don’t forget to turn it off

  • Erica Weaver

    DO A 2ND RINSE FOR THOSE DIRTY CLOTHES

  • slehan

    Get a steamer

  • tannawings

    Dont overload the washer or dryer

  • Angela W

    Follow the high/low settings according to what fabric you are ironing.

  • buttercup magoo

    don’t burn your self

  • Erica Weaver

    TAKE PANTS OUT OF DRYER AND HANG UP SO THEY DONT GET WRINKLES

  • slehan

    wash clothes according to the directions.

  • Christy DuBois

    I liked the tip on how to use spray starch. I do know how to use spray starch but this said to wash the spray cap after each use. Why hadn’t I thought of that to avoid clogs.

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • AngelaLilly

    HOW TO CLEAN AN IRON because I never even knew this was a thing! hahaha

  • Erica Weaver

    PRETREAT YOUR CLOTHES THAT HAVE HEAVY SOILED AREAS

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • AngelaLilly

    HOW TO IRON DIFFERENT FABRICS…just in case I ever buy something that is not cotton!

  • Kerri Stewart

    How To Iron Different Fabrics:
    Cotton-> Iron while damp? Wow! Who knew?

  • Erica Weaver

    DONT WASH NEW ITEMS IN HOT OR WARM WATER THE FIRST TIME KEEP IT COLD

  • slehan

    Only use hot water if you’re trying to get rid of germs.

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • AngelaLilly

    HOW TO USE STARCH because I never have!

  • Erica Weaver

    DONT LEAVE IRON ON TO LONG IT WILL GET HOT AND SCORCH THE CLOTHES

  • slehan

    Use a napkin on your lap when eating.

  • Erica Weaver

    START AT NECK OF SHIRT FIRST WHEN IRONING THEN DOWN TO ARM OF THE SHIRT

  • slehan

    treat your clothes well

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • TheresaJenkins

    Oil and Grease: Spray with pre-wash containing a petroleum distillate. Launder using the hottest water safe for fabric, increasing the amount of detergent

  • Erica Weaver

    USE COLOR SAFE BLEACH ON COLORED SOILED CLOTHING

  • Rozan Kara

    Put clothes in the dryer long enough to take out the wrinkles and then hang dry. I hate ironing.

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • AnnaZed

    “Jazz” a garment in the dryer before you iron it, makes it much easier.

  • gmoney222

    I only half dry any clothes that need ironed. Take them out of the dryer and place on hanger iron with in a couple of hours………. so so much easier

  • slehan

    When you can, hang clothes to dry instead of using the dryer.

  • Erica Weaver

    use 1/4 cup of bleach with your whites

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down my ironing

  • jen swanson

    great contest. thanks for the chance

  • gmoney222

    remove clothes to be iron when they are still damp

  • Erica Weaver

    READ LABELS TO MAKE SURE OF WASHING DIRECTIONS

  • AnnaZed

    Use those bleach crystal things (just a little) with all towels.

  • slehan

    don’t sleep in your clothes

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down on ironing

  • Erica Weaver

    DONT OVERLOAD THE WASHER CAUSE IT WONT WASH CLOTHES PROPERLY

  • Rozan Kara

    I iron my clothes when they are turned inside out so avoid scorch marks.

  • Mary Songer

    Don’t leave the clothes in the dryer and if you dry something on a rack, smooth it out as well as you can.

  • slehan

    wash clothes in cold water.

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down on ironing

  • gmoney222

    if your clothes are iron DON’T shove them in a crowed closet…….. time to get rid of stuff

  • Erica Weaver

    DONT PUT STAINED CLOTHING ON HIGH HEAT IT WILL SET THE STAIN IN

  • Rozan Kara

    I hang things up while they are still damp which helps to pull out the wrinkles.

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down on ironing

  • gmoney222

    hang your clothes up when they come out of the dryer……. might not have to iron as much

  • slehan

    Use napkins when you eat.

  • Erica Weaver

    hang clothes up when they come out of dyer to prevent wrinkles

  • james jenkins

    I like to damp dry trousers, then hang by cuffs to hang out wrinkles.

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down on ironing

  • Erica Weaver

    PRETREAT STAINS RIGHT AWAY DONT LET THEM SET IN AND WASH

  • gmoney222

    hang up clothes

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down on ironing

  • Dale Fish

    Always fold right out of the dryer, to prevent wrinkles!

  • Dale Fish

    Always fold right out of the dryer, to prevent wrinkles!

  • Erica Weaver

    WASH DELICATES IN DELICATE WASH THEN DELICATE DRY

  • gmoney222

    hang up your clothes

  • Sheila Ritter

    My favorite bit of advice from Faultless Tips & Tricks is HOW TO REMOVE DOG HAIR

  • slehan

    Don’t spill!

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down on ironing

  • slr11

    My favorite tip was how to clean your iron. Very helpful.

  • Erica Weaver

    DONT IRON CLOTHES ON HIGH SETTING

  • Laurie Emerson

    My favorite tip is to use a soft cloth slightly damp and clean your iron after using it. I also cover the iron with a towel to keep of any dust which can get into the iron itself.

  • gmoney222

    hang clothes from the dryer

  • slehan

    Only wash whites in hot water.

  • buttercup magoo

    get the clothes out of the dryer cuts down on ironing

  • slr11

    Hang up your clothes after you remove them from the dryer.

  • gmoney222

    clean your closet out!!! More room for ironed clothes to not get wrinkled

  • Erica Weaver

    use dryer sheets to keep away static

  • trisha mckee

    I hang the clothes up right out of the dryer.

  • K Davis

    Your iron should be the perfect weight. Not too heavy, but enough that it goes faster.

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