- Spills on SilkBlot the stain, never rub it or you may remove the fabric’s dye. Have the silk garment professionally dry cleaned as soon as possible.
- Avoid Direct SunlightExposing your garments to direct sunlight will result in irreparable damage to the fabric, causing permanent discoloration.
- StorageNever use plastic bags, even dry cleaning bags, to store your clothes. Clothing needs to be exposed to air, so instead take an old cotton sheet and cut a hole in the middle for the hangar. Drape the sheet around the garment and loosely tie at the bottom. Use a pillowcase to cover shorter garments, like blouses, jackets and skirts.
- Seasonal StorageHeavy plastic tubs with lids that seal shut can be used to store your Fall/Winter or Spring/Summer garments. Fold each garment and loosely pack them in the tub. Add cedar shavings stuffed into a knee-hi stocking to repel moths and other insects. Always launder or professionally dry clean your garments before storing them away. Damaging insects are attracted to food stains, body odors, and perfumes!
- Damaging ProductsHairspray, colognes, and perfumes can damage your garments leaving dark stains over time. Apply these products before dressing.
- Suede & Leather Warning!Never, ever apply an adhesive, such as a peel-and-stick nametag, to suede or leather. The adhesive cannot be removed from the garment!
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