Tuesday, February 12, 2013

My Bridal Emergency Kit Progress

In one of my earlier posts, I went on and on about putting together a bridal emergency kit. Well, my good friend stayed in the U.S. for 3 months. And look what she brought home for me!!

Tide to Go

Here is what this is for:
1. Remove excess residue from the stain.
2. Press the tip onto the stain several times to release some stain remover solution onto the stain.
3. Rub tip gently across the stain to remove it. When necessary, add more liquid and continue rubbing gently.
4. Important: If treated area will be exposed to direct sunlight, wipe with a damp cloth or napkin to remove excess solution left on fabric.

For tough stains, place a paper towel under the stain while treating or wipe excess liquid or residue away with a damp paper towel, or reapply as necessary.

Well, it is common knowledge of those who know me that when I eat I have the tendency to provide evidence on my clothes. And on The Big Day, I will be wearing white!! So, in order to avoid stains on my wedding gown and all over the wedding pictures, I researched on the net and came upon Tide to Go. And I asked my friend to look for one for me and she actually went and bought one for me! Yey!

The other thing she got me for my bridal emergency kit is my first aid pocket sized kit! I have been searching and searching for something like this here in Manila but could not find one. So I am so glad she got me one from the States too.

Here is what's inside:

So, two items crossed out of my bridal emergency kit! 23 more to go! LOL

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