How to Maintain Your Sheepskin Boots – And Why

August 28th, 2014 admin Online Shopping 0

Sheepskin is an excellent, natural material for making footwear, thanks to its unsurpassed insulation properties, comfort and durability. Its added durability – with the right care – makes it a sensible investment too.

Occasionally, customers think it might be too vulnerable to the effects of rain, dirt and dust, but in fact it’s very easy to care for your sheepskin boots and keep them looking good all year round – in fact, the genuine article (not synthetic sheepskin) will keep your feet warm in winter and make sure they do not overheat in summer.
Because it’s 100% natural, it enables your feet to breathe and stay comfortable – footwear made from quality sheepskin is fashionable, whatever the weather; so, when you are shopping for boots, make sure you check what they are made from, so you don’t accidentally buy a manmade imitation.

Ensure you apply a suede protector to the exterior of your boots (following the manufacturer’s instructions). If your boots get wet in bad weather, you should let them dry naturally – putting them on a radiator or in a tumble dryer will spoil them.

Once your boots have dried out, you can use a soft brush to buff the nap (the raised, slightly shaggy texture of fabric) back into good condition and use a cloth treated with lanolin (natural wool grease) to gently remove dust.
To keep the shaggy sheepskin side looking good and performing well, gently wipe with a damp cloth or mild detergent and remove moisture with a dry cloth. A special brush can again be used to renew its appearance.

Absolutely forbidden is the use of biological washing powder, fabric softener, bleach or hot water, which could all damage your sheepskin boots. In addition, keep them in a ventilated box or on a rack where they can breathe.
Draper of Glastonbury, a family-run business, has been making sheepskin slippers, sheepskin boots and other footwear for 75 years.

PayPal A New Generation of Payment

August 28th, 2014 admin Internet,Online Shopping 0

Not everyone has a credit/debit card, but most people have a PayPal. PayPal is the new 21st century way to pay people, either you buy something from them or owe you a friend some few loose change. The technical definition of PayPal that it is an e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the internet. PayPal serves as an electronic alternative to traditional paper methods such as checks and money orders.

To sign up go to PayPal then on the top it says sign up and you go to that link. It is really simple for someone to sign up, you just fill in your information, and all you need to do is add a bank account or credit card. After 3 months you are eligible for a PayPal debit card. Even though there are fees to withdraw from at ATM machine, there are simple tricks to bypass that. It is not illegal or cheating, but if you look at the back of your card it says “Jp Morgan Chase” so that means if you withdraw from a Chase ATM you don’t have to pay that $1 dollar fee.

A new feature came out for PayPal is now you can make a  student account. All you need is a parent with an account. Parents can now give money to their kids money through the parents account, and can watch how much money the child spends. There are some fees for the account, so you should see the details. The student also receives a debit card and you can control how much they spend and if you want you can deactivate the card. I hope this blog helps you clear up any thoughts you had of making an account. Also making a PayPal is free, and putting money from your bank account is free. Almost every site these days accept PayPal so don’t hesitate on using it.