Care Instructions

Proper care and maintenance of your embroidered clothing are essential to ensure its longevity and preserve the intricate designs. Follow these care instructions to keep your garments looking their best:

  1. Washing: Hand wash your embroidered clothing in cold water using a mild detergent. Avoid using bleach or harsh chemicals, as they can damage the fabric and embroidery. Gently squeeze out excess water and lay the garment flat to dry.
  2. Drying: Avoid using a dryer to dry your embroidered clothing, as the heat can cause the threads to shrink or distort. Instead, let the garment air dry naturally. If necessary, you can use a cool iron on the reverse side of the embroidery to remove any wrinkles.
  3. Storage: When storing your embroidered clothing, make sure it is clean and completely dry. Fold the garment neatly and place it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Avoid hanging the garment, as this can cause the fabric to stretch and distort the embroidery.
  4. Handling: When handling your embroidered clothing, avoid pulling or tugging on the embroidery. Be gentle and handle the garment with care to prevent any damage to the delicate threads.
  5. Spot cleaning: If you notice a stain on your embroidered clothing, spot clean it immediately. Use a mild detergent and a soft cloth or sponge to gently dab the stained area. Avoid rubbing or scrubbing, as this can cause the stain to spread or damage the embroidery.
  6. Professional cleaning: For stubborn stains or extensive cleaning, it is recommended to take your embroidered clothing to a professional cleaner who specializes in delicate fabrics and embroidery. They will have the expertise and equipment to clean your garment safely.

By following these care instructions, you can ensure that your embroidered clothing remains in excellent condition and continues to make a statement for years to come. If you have any further questions or need assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are here to help!