- You can either machine-wash or hand-wash your silk.
- Wash silk separately from other fabrics.
- If using machine-wash for your silk, you need to place it in a mesh bag and wash using cold water with gentle soap and softener on a low setting.
- DO NOT SPIN.
- Washing at a higher temperature or using regular detergents is harmful to the silk threads.
Hand-washing is our preferred option, but you could not go wrong with machine-wash either.
- To hand-wash, place silk in cold water and add gentle fabric soap/softener,
- Soak for 20 minutes and rinse off with cold water.
- Do not apply friction, wring or rub excessively.
- Shake off excess water and air dry.
- DO NOT TUMBLE DRY.
- Silk has a very fast drying time, so you do not need to worry about it drying quickly.
- Dry laying flat or on a hanger, away from direct sunlight and excessive heat.
- When completely dry, use a steamer to remove wrinkles or use an iron set to the lowest setting, ironing inside-out.
- Tip: When you hand-wash, you can remove excess water by pressing lightly between two towels.