Did ketchup slide off your dog and onto your (un)perfectly positioned kerchief around your neck? Did your best vacation outfits and accessories, including your kerchief of course, get wrinkled in transport? Did a few months of cooking with your hair tied up in a kerchief leave you wondering if it is soaking in those culinary smells?
Well, look no further! We have all the answers to your kerchief care questions.
WASH: When you spill on your kerchief, or feel it is getting dirty you can hand wash your kerchief in lukewarm matter. Rinse and rub your kerchief with a wool wash or mild detergent to keep the custom silk/cotton fibers soft and lasting.
WRINKLES: To remove wrinkles, we recommend you use a steamer on low heat, or hand dry your kerchief in the bathroom as you take a hot shower. If you want to use an iron, place your kerchief in between a slightly thicker fabric, such as bed sheets or a tablecloth. Iron on low heat.