Most of the embroidered outfits are made out of delicate materials such as satin, lace, chiffon and so on. These kind of garments aren’t suitable for regular ironing. They need a smart ironing technique. Want to know how? Don’t worry, it’s not as tricky as it sounds!
Here’s a step by step method to help you simplify the process.
Before steaming, get rid of the stains if any. Take a bowl of water and add 1-tsp. mild detergent to it. Gently dab this solution on the stained area with your fingers to clean it.
The first step is to steam. Hang your outfit on a wooden hanger and place it in your bathroom while taking a hot shower. The steam in the shower will help get rid of a lot of creases on the outfit.
Next, dry. After the dress has dried for 4-5 hours, take it out of your bathroom.
What are the issues you face with your woollen fabrics?
Turn your dress inside out and lay it on your ironing board. This’ll protect the fabric of your dress from direct ironing. Now, spread a clean cloth over it to add an extra layer of protection against direct heat. Using a low-temperature setting, press your dress. Remember not to iron your silk and satin fabrics using a high-temperature setting as they burn very easily.
Loosely fold it and store it in a clean, well-ventilated area.
Don’t let any hiccups get in your way while you’re creating special memories with your favourite outfit. Try our quick and smart guide to make your embroidered outfit crisper and flaunt it like a diva!