Worried about how to take care of your expensive Sherwani, here are the perfect tips that will help you in keeping your loving Sherwani, new and long lasting wear. Make sure that you get your Sherwani, dry clean, after the first wear and not the hand wash, as hand wash may damage the allure. However, silk fabrics get refreshed and rejuvenate after hand wash, but the embroideries and other works should to be maintained well.
After wearing for few times, you can hand was your Sherwani, but it is suggested that do not wash it in the washing machine and avoid detergents, which contains enzymes and brighteners as it can damage silk and dyes. So better avoid it. After the washing it carefully, put the Sherwani into the washer for a brief spin cycle, and then use towels to absorb the excess moisture. Hang it to air dry and iron while still slightly damp. Wear it and have fun.
Here are some of the important tips for taking care of your expensive Sherwani, specifically for removing stains on your Sherwani, because we understand how terrible stains are.
- It is suggested to keep washed Sherwani separately from unwashed clothes.
- Do not use heavy chemical content detergent or soap for the cleaning of your expensive Sherwani, as it might damage color, embroidery and fabric of your Sherwani.
- Never keep 'once worn' Sherwani back in your wardrobe. If you wish to wear the Sherwani once again, maintain a separate place for keeping them. Remember to place moth repellents in such places.
- Silk Sherwani are very delicate. Do not wash them. Dry cleaning is best for these valuable Sherwani.
- Heavy Sherwani like silver and gold embroidery or other such work should not be hanged in the cupboard. Keep them in folded position after worn.
- In the case of stains, it is suggested to wash Sherwani with the cold water and small amount soap targeting the stain affected areas. In case of tough stain dry clean is suggested.
- If the stains are caused buy the oily products such as butter, crayon, medicines, etc, then apply some talc powder. After applying the talc powder on the stains, continuously rub the talc on the stains and then wash with the having some drops of lemon juice in it. Take care that excess of juice is not used because it might fade the color or your Sherwani.
- In the case of protein stains such as meat stains, blood, egg stains and even perspiration, soak the Sherwani in the cold water and wash with some detergent.
- For the removal of the ink stains, it is suggested to use peroxide for the complete removal of the stain.
Note: - Incase, if stains still persist, it is recommended to dry clean your Sherwani as fast as possible.