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    Silk Guide

    How to care for your silk bedding & clothes

    Although we recommend that our pure silk product be dry cleaned, cleaning and washing silk at home is surprisingly easy if certain precautions are observed.

    I.Silk Sheets and Clothing

    This category includes silk pillowcases, fitted sheet, flat sheet, bed-skirt, duvet cover, sleepwear, lingerie, sleep cap and shirt.

    Hand Wash At 30℃
    Use lukewarm water: 30C/86F is the ideal temperature for silk to be hand-washed
    No Heat
    Heat ruins the fabric structure of silk
    Mild Cleaning Agents
    Use Special Detergent for Silk. We recommend TENESTAR as the brand of specialized silk cleaner agent for our products. Other mild detergents can also be used but not recommended.
    Do Not Use Bleaches
    Avoid detergents with enzymes, bleaches, and brighteners at all cost.
    Rinse with a few drops of vinegar
    A few drops of distilled vinegar can help dissolve the chemical traces (e.g. sweat/soap residue) on the silk.
    Rinse quickly and don’t over soak.
    Do Not Tumble Dry
    Never tumble dry silk. Hang dry if possible, however, avoid direct sunlight exposure.
    Cold Iron As Needed
    Irons should be set on the lowest possible heat setting, and if the iron has a particular silk setting, that is even better. Moving the iron back and forth can stretch and pull the silk out of shape. The iron should never rest on any spot for too long, in case of burning silk fabric structure.

    For those without the time, patience or just physically unable to hand-wash silk, our products can withstand machine washing as well. Of course, there is more risk involved, and certain precautions must be taken to minimize them.
    Machine wash in lukewarm water (30°C) on most gentle cycle available.
    Most washing machines have a "delicate" setting. Some machines even have a silk setting specifically for cleaning silk.
    Minimize spin time
    Spinning can be very damaging to silk fabric as the forces involved can shear weaker silk fibers.
    Use protective laundry bag
    To best avoid shearing and tearing of silk fibers, it is recommended that you use some delicate laundry bags to avoid unnecessary twisting and pulling of your silk products.

    II.Silk Basics

    For washable duvets or pillows, we recommend machine washing. Please pay special attention to the above instructions and wash them sparingly. Air it out in well-circulated areas 2~3 times every month (avoid direct sunlight exposure).

    For those basics that couldn’t be washed, always protect them with a removable and washable cover. You can also do spot-clean with lukewarm water and hang dry after spot-cleaned. If in need of thorough cleaning, please use professional dry clean only.

    Tip: For daily maintenance, simply turn your comforter over and let the fresh air or the sunshine in (if your bed is near a window) for 10-20 minutes.This helps freshen your comforter considerably.

    III.Silk Blanket

    We recommend professional dry cleaning for silk blanket as silk blanket needs to avoid direct touch with water. And please store it in a cool, dry place.

    Correct care will help your silk products last for years without losing their quality. Learning how to wash silk in the washing machine or by hand is simple-just observe these considerations and you will enjoy your silk products for a very long time.

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