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Care for your Silk Tie


•Let water spots on silk ties dry and then rub it briskly with the same fabric.

• For hard to remove stains, hold the spot over the steam from a boiling kettle and apply cleaning fluid. Test your Silk Ties on the narrow end before doing this.

• Silk Ties can be dry cleaned, but make sure your cleaner is experienced with ties.

• Ties made of synthetic material might be washable.

• When ironing silk ties, make certain the roll along the tie edge is not pressed flat.

• Always hang your ties on a rack, except knitted or crochet ties, which should be rolled and stored in a drawer.

• Give your silk ties at least two or three days rest before wearing them again to allow wrinkles to hang out.

• Always unknot your ties when taking it off. Never slip it over your head.

• Do not unravel the knot by pulling on the small end. Always reverse the knot itself.

• Do not make your knots too tight.

   
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