Tie washing method
If you dry clean, the raw materials for washing are high-purity alcohol or colorless solvent gasoline of 120 or above.
Soak the silk tie for about ten minutes; use a smooth, thorn-free stick to tap the dirty part of the tie. If the tie is too large, you can gently rub it with your hands; rinse with water and hang with a hanger. After the solvent has evaporated, if there is still a lot of smudge on the tie, use a soft brush to rinse gently.
Because the tie fabric is different from the lining material, it is easy to wrinkle after washing, and it is also easy to damage the gloss of the neck surface. Do not put the whole tie into the water for washing. It is best to use dry cleaning. The place where the tie is knotted is easily stained, and it can be washed or brushed by hand in a basin filled with gasoline. In other places with dirt, scrub with cloth and petrol.
No matter which kind of tie you use, don't use high temperature when ironing. Otherwise, this tie will become flat and flat, and the natural draping feeling of the tie will be lost.
Ironing must be covered with a layer of cotton cloth on the surface to prevent the iron from directly contacting the tie cloth. If the steam of the steam iron can be used to treat large areas of wrinkles, the edges need to be more creased and then ironed. The way is better.
When ironing, cut it into a tie with cardboard or fold it into a tie with a piece of white paper, put it into the lining of the tie, and then gently iron it to prevent the sides from being too dead. You can use the cloth to make the ironing, but it should be low and medium temperature, and the ironing speed should be fast to avoid yellowing and "Aurora" phenomenon. If the tie has slight wrinkles, it can be tightly wrapped in a clean bottle. On the next day, the wrinkles disappear.