Knowing if your baseball cap visor is made from cardboard or plastic is crucial for looking after your caps. This helps you to choose the best method to clean and curve your visor, without damage.
This is the first in a series of cap care videos and blogs with the legendary Doug, from the Dre616 YouTube channel. Brushing is an important and quick cap maintenance task that prevents dust, lint, hair and soil particles from building up on your cap. When left on the fabric, they can become ingrained and attract more dirt. Meaning you will have to clean it more often. Brushing your cap after each use and storing it away will keep it looking its best for longer.
It can be hard to know what is the best way is to clean your caps without ruining them. From my experience as a professional cap restorer, I will walk you through the pros and cons of doing so.
Have you ruined or thrown away caps from D.I.Y methods gone wrong? Even if you've tried and been unsuccessful in the past we got this! I understand your pain. Back in the day, I destroyed countless caps experimenting with stain removal methods. It's why I'm sharing with you all of my previously secret cap cleaning tips
Have you tried cleaning stains from your fitted or snapback caps without success? I understand how frustrating removing stubborn stains are. Unfortunately, not every stain can be completely cleaned.I will share with you the most common reasons why your stain won’t budge, what result you can expect and my top stain removal tips to help you beat the odds...