Wedding Dress Cleaning Tips



    * You should try to clean your dress as soon as possible after your wedding. This helps prevent the oxidation of the spots and the likelihood of success of the cleaning.

     * You should always have clean clothing before storage, perspiration and drinks stains can evaporate, but eventually begin to affect the fabric.

    * You should avoid rubbing stains. If spilled something on her dress, rubbing can damage tissue permanently. As for removing stains should go to the dry cleaner as quickly as possible.

    * Experience is the most important factor in the success of cleaning your dress, entrusts her dress to a dry cleaning specialist. Only through experience can get the best results at the cleaners.

    * Labels are important for professional cleaning, and should not remove them. These provide a information necessary for the proper maintenance and cleaning.

    * Ornaments and accounts: This may cause a number of problems for the cleaners. Some accounts are not suitable for dry cleaning and may melt and dissolve during cleaning. A trusted dry cleaner will test before cleaning. Other items such as ornaments may be glued, often dissolves the glue dry cleaning for eliminating the trimmings. One way to minimize these problems is to talk to the manufacturer of wedding dresses before cleaning and confirm the care instructions for clothing.

You already have your dress clean now what?

STORAGE

    * Do not leave your dress in plastic dry cleaner, over time the plastic can emit chemicals discolour fabrics.
    
    * If you are having your dress in a box, make sure it is wrapped in paper. This helps prevent yellowing of the dress (remember that even with proper care can be impossible to prevent all yellowing over time).

    * Regularly check the dress, as she has stored, if the dress is deteriorating due to improper storage is good remove the dress to avoid permanent creases.

    * Do not use plastic boxes. Although these are excellent for seasonal storage are not suitable for long term storage. If moisture is developed within the tissue box mold can develop.

    * It is important that the fabric can breathe, if moisture remains constant around the garment mold risk is reduced.

    * Ideally, the dress is not stored in an area that is prone to high humidity (like your attic) or damp (like the basement), fluctuating temperature increases the risk of deterioration. Often, a closet or under the bed is the best place.

    * If the dress does not store it in a box, make sure it is stored away from sunlight and artificial light, for the long term can cause degradation and fading of the fabric.

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