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Stained Silk cloths? Here's What to Do

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Nothing compares to the opulence of silk. It's difficult to beat the sensation of it rubbing on your flesh. Silk, on the other hand, is incredibly difficult to clean. Because of the delicate nature of this fabric, removing stains without causing harm is difficult. Rather than tossing your filthy silk shirts aside, there are ways to carefully and successfully remove persistent stains. Here are the main points:


1. First, check the color.

2. Take action right away.

3. Don't rub, just dab.

4. Instead of soap, use lemon juice or vinegar.

5. Follow the washing instructions on the garment's label.



1. First, check the color.

When eliminating stains, not only the material itself but also the color, must be protected. You might be able to remove the stain from your silk shirt, but you might also destroy some of the color in the process. Always test the color of your silk items before attempting to remove any stains.


By blotting a portion of the fabric that isn't normally visible - such as underneath the hem - with a moist white towel, you can quickly evaluate if the dye will stay intact. Taking the DIY technique to stain removal if there is any color transfer to the white fabric is not a good idea.



2. Take action right away.

Silk stains, like any other form of stain, are always easier to remove as soon as they emerge. The stain will be more difficult to remove if you wait until it has dried. Stains that are still damp and haven't completely set in are likely to be easier to remove from the silk shirts, so get to work as soon as possible.



3. Don't rub, just dab

Because of the delicate nature of silk, dabbing rather than rubbing a stain is preferable. Rubbing the stain will not only spread it everywhere, but it could also possibly destroy the cloth. Blot the fabric instead of rubbing it. Carefully dab the stained area as much as possible with a clean, moist cloth until the majority of the stain has been removed.


4. Instead of soap, use lemon juice or vinegar.

Instead of soap, use a solution of one part lemon juice or white vinegar to one part tepid water to make a lather. Using soap may necessitate more water and dabbing to remove all of the suds, potentially causing silk garment damage.



5. Follow the washing instructions on the garment's label.

Check the label on the inside of the garment for instructions on how to wash it. Believe the label on your silk apparel if it says it's a dry-clean-only garment. Certain silk clothes may be irreparably damaged if washed.



Beauty Plus Co., Ltd, a professional silk clothing manufacturer based in Hangzhou, China, was founded in 2015. BeautyPlus specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of silk-based goods. We are committed to being one of the leading one-stop silk products suppliers as a professional silk garments factory. Beauty Plus sources the best silk fabric conducts the toughest on-site quality control and reduces production costs by relying on Hangzhou's most complete silk industrial chain. If you are interested in the silk shirts, don’t hesitate to contact us at info@customsilkfabrics.com.


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