- Most polyester and can be easily machine washed and dryed in warm water, with added fabric softener because polyester is prone to static cling.
- Dry the garment on a low temperature and use a moderately warm iron if needed.
- Polyester is easy to care for, but locks stain. To life a stain, rub stain remover on the area and allow it to sit for 10 to 20 minutes before laundering.
- If the stained garment is white, consider soaking the fabric for 24 hours in a gallon of water and 1/3 cup of automatic dish-washing soap before throwing it in the machine.
- Never iron velvet, as the fibers will get crushed and the iron will leave an imprint.
- You can use a steamer to remove mild wrinkles from velvet if you turn the garment inside out.
- You can also hang wrinkled velvet in a steamy bathroom to remove creases
- While your costume doesn’t need to be washed with detergent every time you wear it, it should be rinsed in cool tap water every time you take it off.
- To wash it after a few wears, turn the swimsuit inside out and add a tablespoon or less of liquid detergent to a filled sink. Swish for a few minutes and then rinse well.
- Gently squeeze – don’t wring or twist the water from the suit, and lay it flat to dry.
- Dry it indoors or in the shade.
- You never should use a washing machine but only after many wears. You are advised to wash them on the machine’s gentle cycle.
- Wash – The best way to keep leather clean is to simply use a damp cloth. – Do not dry clean – Never use dry-cleaning solutions as the material will become stiff and uncomfortable.
- Drying – Avoid drying in direct sunlight. Place it on a hanger and allow it to air dry after cleaning by using damp cloth. – Never use a hair blower to dry wet leather.
- Ironing – No direct ironing as high temperature can melt the garment. – Place a piece of cloth on the costume and iron it using medium heat to get wrinkles (if any) out of leather.
- Get rid of smell – Air It Out : Take the costume outside and allow it a little time outdoor (at least a few hours, the longer, the better) on a dry and sunny day. Avoid exposing to direct sunlight.
- Store – Hang it on a well shaped hanger as often as possible. – It’s also important to hang your jacket in a dry, well-ventilated closet.
- Cotton is super-durable, so garments can be washed in the machine with any detergent, and bleach can be used as needed.
- For best results, machine wash cotton items in warm water on a normal wash cycle.
- Tumble dry on low setting.
- If your cotton is white, you can wash it with bleach on a hot water setting.
- When to keep cotton towels, robes, and washcloths fluffy, use half the amount of detergent and run them through an extra rinse cycle (detergent residue can diminish softness).