If you have been working from home since circuit breaker started on Apr 7, chances are that you have been leaving most of your clothes untouched in your wardrobe. Thanks to Singapore’s hot and humid weather, it’s way more comfy to wear lounge wear or pyjamas at home rather than get dressed up.
However, storing clothes for long periods of time can be a problem in our climate. The high moisture levels, bacteria and microscopic fungi in the air can cause mould to grow on fabric, especially on items made of silk and leather. If you are worried about your favourite fashion pieces being ruined, here are three easy steps to store your clothes properly.