Wednesday Giveaway

If you have vintage textiles that look like the before image on the label below, you should try using Retro Clean to make them look like new again. And, if not like new, make them look a lot cleaner!


Lynn Jarozombeck is this week’s lucky winner. If you are not Lynn and you would still like to have some Retro Clean, I can help you :-). Click here. You’ll also find Retro Wash which is great for washing new fabric.

102 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway

  1. I have a stack of very old quilt squares that I bought at an antique store, would love to use Retro Clean and put them together!! Thank you I hope I win!!


  2. The images in your e-mail this morning are a breath of spring and just what I needed this morning. And who doesn’t need a good cleaner? If I don’t win, I’ll be sure to add some to my next order.


  3. I have a treasure chest (aka cedar) full of my mother in laws hand work, and her mothers. It wasn’t wrapped well in acid free paper away from the edges of the wood, so there is some discoloration. The nicer pieces I use in our victorian era home. I’d love to win! 🙂


  4. I really like the way you “go with the flow” in putting things you have tried and liked on your website shop. It’s very interesting and sometimes I wonder how/where you find these things. I have a quilt I would love to try to restore to it’s original color(s). Thank for the opportunity.


  5. I would really like to try this out on some Japanese hand painted silks that my Dad brought home from Japan. I think the acid from the cardboard tube they were stored in caused the discoloration.


  6. I have an old quilt top my grandmother made in the 1940’s. . I came across it a few years ago when we were cleaning out my Mom’s house when she was moving. My plan is to hand quilt it so it finally becomes a quilt. Would love to try retro clean when I complete it.


  7. I’ve not heard about Retro Clean, but if it does the trick I’d like some. I have some of my Grandma’s quilts that could use it!


  8. A friend of mine bought Retro-Clean at 2017 Quilt Festival. She was working on an embroidery piece and the red thread bled onto the white background fabric. She was devastated. The Retro Clean worked wonders. Another friend used it on a very yellow wedding dress she was deconstruction to make Angel Gowns. The dress fabric is now white.


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