It is a sheer fabric and light in weight.
Hand washing in light detergent solution and lukewarm or cold water should be just fine.
Make it quick; don’t soak, as it might reshape the sash.
Don’t wring, but roll it up nicely and press. The sashes are all of pretty light material so it
won’t absorb much water anyway.
Don’t use bleach.
It is cool, soft, durable and comfortable. It wrinkles easily.
Machine washable and it can be ironed at relatively high temperatures.
It has lightweight and absorbent. It wrinkles easily.
Hand wash or dry clean.
It is known for its smoothness.
Hand washing and machine wash are preferred. Don’t wring.
Dry the satin fabric until a faint trace of moisture remains, and then gently iron the satin
turned inside out with the iron set to light. Avoid leaving the iron on any fabric area for too
It is known for its versatility, softness, and comfort. It can be weakened by sunlight and
Depending on how silk has been treated it may need to be dry cleaned, hand washed, or
may be machine washable.
It may turn yellow and fade with the use of a high iron setting. A press cloth (a cloth used
between an iron and a garment,) and a steam iron is recommended.
Velvet is durable, thick, plush, and warm. It has a short fuzzy surface and drapes well.
Velvet can be made from many different fabrics; review the care instructions that
correspond to each velvet garment.
Some velvet is machine washable, but many require dry cleaning.