Monday, 21 November 2011

How to Take Care Of Your Tulle

 Tulle, is a stylish an very classy garment, especially if it is combined properly with the other parts of your outfit. Generally, it is made of synthetic fabric received from rayon, nylon or silk. Taking care of such delicate fabric requires extremely careful care and proper storage.

Considering that cleaners Harrow Weald provide the following tips on how to take care of your tulle:
First Step-Washing
Before starting the washing the your fabric or garment, you have to make a little check-up. Test the cleaner you have chosen on a small section of tulle to make sure that it is safe for the tulle material. What is the most suitable and easy tulle treatment? According to cleaners Harrow the most suitable and universal treatment is to wash your tulle by hand in cool water with mild soap dissolved in it. No matter what will be your final choice for a cleaning method you should be aware that the strong detergents and bleach are not appropriate to get in contact with such type of synthetic as the one of your tulle. If your washing machine have extremely gentle washing setting , you can use it to restore your garment clean state. However, that such treatment is likely to tear and fade the tulle material. Furthermore, the heat from machine dryers will make the tulle more dry and brittle. On other side, the classic air-drying on the clothes-line will not cause any damages so it will be better to choose that option.
Second Step- Stain Removal
Lifting up spot stains from your tulle is not a hard thing to do at all. You only have to carefully rub the stained area with mild soap and water. Of course, you should not apply too much pressure as this will damage the netting.
Third Step- Wrinkles Solution
Another problem that have to be solved is the wrinkles on your tulle. According to cleaners Harrow on the Hill to work with an iron method (pressing the wrinkles with a hot iron) will only damage or melt the tulle fabric. Still, if you place a cloth over the fabric, in a way that it will be a buffer between the fabric and the iron set to a low heat setting for synthetics, you can use your iron.

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