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How to clean a tie?

Mar 20, 2020

The blended and synthetic tie can be washed with water. In order to prevent the tie from deforming, put a layer of hard paper of the same shape in the tie before washing, then spray with water, gently brush the dirt with a brush dipped in detergent, and then brush thoroughly and quickly, then rinse Just fine. Before drying, first, use a dry cloth to press on the tie to absorb moisture, and then dry it in a cool and ventilated place. After drying, the hard paper in the tie can be removed.

Never tie a silk tie with water. You can pour volatile oil into a clean empty bottle, put it in a tie, and then close the bottle cap. Shake the bottle after a while. After about 20-30 minutes, remove the tie and dry it in a cool and ventilated place.

When dry-cleaning a tie, you can take a cotton swab dipped in alcohol or gasoline and wipe it gently to remove stains. Then pad a wet white cloth and iron it with an electric iron. The temperature during ironing is determined by the materials used in the tie. The temperature of chemical fiber fabrics should not be too high below 70 ° C; the temperature of woolen silk can be higher than 170 ° C.

When brushing the tie, you can use plywood or thin plywood to make a model according to the size of the tie. Put the tie on the model and use a soft-bristled brush dipped in detergent to gently scrub the tie. Then rinse with water to clean. After washing for a while, dry it with a white damp cloth and iron it with an iron. You can then remove the model. In this way, the tie will not be deformed and will be as smooth as new.

When washing the tie with water, first soak the tie in warm soapy water at about 30 ° C for 1-3 minutes, and gently brush it along the texture of the tie with a hairbrush. Do not use hard brushes or rub them at will. Use it after brushing. Rinse with clean water at the same temperature as soap water. Then press the ironing method again. If the washed tie is out of shape, you can take off the stitches on the back of the tie, iron the fabric and lining of the tie, and then sew it as it is.