How to take care of your scarf and clean it is very easy just don't ever put it in the washing machine or the dryer.
To Clean Silk
Silk is a natural protein fiber. Do not use chlorine bleach to clean silk; chlorine will damage the silk fabric
Avoid drying silk in direct sunlight as sunlight for a prolonged period will damage the silk fabric
Substances containing alcohol will damage silk fabric. So let your perfume and hairspray dry before dressing
Hand Washing Silk is Highly Recommended
The best way to wash silk is to use cold water and natural soap such as Savon de Marseille, Doctor Bronner or baby soap.
Do not soak silk for any more than a few minutes should be avoided
Do not use harsh detergents that contain bleaches or brighteners
Do not wring or twist; roll in towel to extract water
Hand to dry. Do not expose to direct sunlight.
To Iron Silk
If necessary, press the silk garment inside out while damp using cool iron setting (“Silk” setting on the iron)
Do not wet locally as this may cause rings
Too much heat can dull, pucker, or burn silk fabric
Most wrinkles in silk can be removed by hanging the garment in the bathroom during a shower. Let humidity do the ironing for you!
Cleaning Silk: Wrinkle Removal Tips
Minor silk wrinkles should disappear if the garment is hung overnight
Stubborn wrinkles can be removed with a cool iron set on "silk"
Better yet, hang your silk garment in the bathroom during a shower. Humidity will remove the wrinkles for you
Silk Care: Travel Tips
Pack your silk garments as you would any other clothing. Simply hang the garment after unpacking. Minor wrinkles should disappear overnight
Better yet, hang your garment in the bathroom during a shower. The humidity will remove the wrinkles for you