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Garment Care

Caring for your garment is key to its durability. Find the fabric of your garment below to learn how to care for it properly.

 

JUSI:

Dry Clean is allowed, but hand wash is best.

Do not machine wash or wring (twist) the garment.

Here are easy steps for hand washing:

  • If stained, remove the stain promptly after it has been formed. Use a soft toothbrush or a cotton ball to scrub away any stubborn stains with a mild stain remover.
  • Soak and wash the garment in lukewarm (preferably soft) water and mild detergent. Lift the garment up and down from the water. Again, never wring or twist. Gently rinse all soapy residue. Roll in a towel to start the drying.
  • Air-dry on a plastic or wooden hanger. Re-shape the garment with hands. Do not use metal hangers to avoid rust. Remove the garment while it is still light damp so the shape can be smoothened out.
  • Iron inside-out at low to medium heat while the garment is still damp or use steam. If ironing the front of garment, use a press cloth over any embroidered or painted parts. An alternative is a steamer when the garment is dry on a hanger.
  • Store in pest-resistant containers or closets. If covered, use a breathable cloth material. Do not use plastic because it causes mold.

 

JUSILYN:

Do not dry clean or machine wash. Do not wring (twist) the garment.

Hand wash is best.

Here are easy steps for hand washing:

  • If stained, remove the stain promptly after it has been formed. Use a soft toothbrush or a cotton ball to scrub away any stubborn stains with a mild stain remover.
  • Soak and wash the garment in lukewarm (preferably soft) water and mild detergent. Lift the garment up and down from the water. Again, never wring or twist. Gently rinse all soapy residue. Roll in a towel to start the drying.
  • Air-dry on a plastic or wooden hanger. If air drying, do not over wring. Re-shape the garment with hands. Do not use metal hangers to avoid rust. Remove the garment while it is still light damp so the shape can be smoothened out.
  • Iron inside-out at low to medium heat while the garment is still damp or use steam. If ironing the front of garment, use a press cloth over any embroidered or painted parts. An alternative is a steamer when the garment is dry on a hanger.
  • Store in pest-resistant containers or closets. If covered, use a breathable cloth material. Do not use plastic because it causes mold.

 

ORGANZA:

Do not dry clean. Hand or machine wash is best.

Do not machine wash any garments with stiff butterfly sleeves.

Here are easy steps for hand or machine washing:

  • Avoid getting the fabric caught in anything. Frazzled organza is impossible to reverse.
  • If stained, remove the stain promptly after it has been formed. Use a soft toothbrush or a cotton ball to scrub away any stubborn stains with a mild stain remover.
  • Soak and wash the garment in lukewarm (preferably soft) water and mild detergent. Remove all soapy residue.
  • Machine-dry on low setting or air-dry on a plastic or wooden hanger. If air drying, do not over wring and do not leave in direct sunlight. Do not use metal hangers to avoid rust. Remove the garment while it is still light damp so any creases can be smoothened out by hand.
  • Iron at low to medium heat while the garment is still damp or use steam. Use a press cloth over any embroidered or painted parts. An alternative is a steamer when the garment is dry on a hanger.
  • Store in pest-resistant containers or closets. If covered, use a breathable cloth material. Do not use plastic because it causes mold.

 

LINEN:

Do not dry clean. Hand or machine wash is best.

Here are easy steps for hand or machine washing:

  • If stained, remove the stain promptly after it has been formed. Use a soft toothbrush or a cotton ball to scrub away any stubborn stains with a mild stain remover.
  • Soak and wash the garment in lukewarm (preferably soft) water and mild detergent. Remove all soapy residue.
  • Machine-dry on low heat or air-dry on a plastic or wooden hanger. If air drying, do not over wring and leave in direct sunlight to kill off bacteria. Do not use metal hangers to avoid rust. Remove the garment while it is still light damp so it is not too crispy.
  • Linen doesn’t need ironing unless it is very wrinkled. Iron inside-out at medium to high heat while the garment is still damp or use spray starch with steam. If ironing the front of garment, use a press cloth over any embroidered parts. An alternative is a steamer when the garment is dry on a hanger.
  • Store in pest-resistant containers or closets. If covered, use a breathable cloth material. Do not use plastic because it causes mold. To avoid mildew, do not store dirty linen. To get rid of mildew, water and hydrogen peroxide may be used before washing.

 

PIÑA:

Do not dry clean or machine wash. Do not wring (twist) the garment.

Hand wash is best.

Here are easy steps for hand washing:

  • If stained, remove the stain promptly after it has been formed. Use a soft toothbrush or a cotton ball to scrub away any stubborn stains with a mild stain remover.
  • Soak and wash the garment in lukewarm (preferably soft) water and mild detergent. Lift the garment up and down from the water. Again, never wring or twist. Gently rinse all soapy residue. Roll in a towel to start the drying.
  • Air-dry on a plastic or wooden hanger. If air drying, do not over wring. Re-shape the garment with hands. Do not use metal hangers to avoid rust. Remove the garment while it is still light damp so the shape can be smoothened out.
  • Iron inside-out at low to medium heat while the garment is still damp or use steam. If ironing the front of garment, use a press cloth over any embroidered or painted parts. An alternative is a steamer when the garment is dry on a hanger.
  • Store in pest-resistant containers or closets. If covered, use a breathable cloth material. Do not use plastic because it causes mold.

Here is a fun article regarding cleaning Pina cloth:

http://www.needlenthread.com/2015/01/cleaning-pina-cloth-embroidery-my-misadventures.html#comment-410618

 

FOR OTHER FABRICS IN OUR CATALOG:

Hand wash is best.

Here are easy steps for hand washing:

  • If stained, remove the stain promptly after it has been formed. Use a soft toothbrush or a cotton ball to scrub away any stubborn stains with a mild stain remover.
  • Soak and wash the garment in lukewarm (preferably soft) water and mild detergent. Remove all soapy residue.
  • Air-dry on a plastic or wooden hanger. If air drying, do not over wring. Re-shape the garment with hands. Do not use metal hangers to avoid rust. Remove the garment while it is still light damp so the shape can be smoothened out.
  • Iron at low to medium heat while the garment is still damp or use steam. Use a pressed cloth over any embroidered or painted parts. An alternative is a steamer when the garment is dry on a hanger.
  • Store in pest-resistant containers or closets. If covered, use a breathable cloth material. Do not use plastic because it causes mold.

 

If somehow you haven’t been able to properly take care of your garment, don’t worry, you can get another great-priced one at BarongWarehouse.

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