Saree is the traditional Indian attire and has still maintained its popularity and grace among the Indians, because it's the best costume that not only imparts beauty to feminine but also conserves ethnic Indian responsibilities. Sarees are the immortal part if Indian culture, and inseparable element of Indian women wardrobe. Maintaining its cultural value, sarees have undergone numerous changes and hybridization by the several designers around the globe.
Numerous different patterns, designs and vibrant colors are introduced to magnify the Indian traditional wear saree and even numerous ways are tried to wear saree. Every Indian woman is crazy about the latest designer sarees and, wants latest collection of sarees in her wardrobe. Shopping sarees is always fun for Indian women and, purchasing the latest, designer and high quality sarees is a simple process and taking care of this costly sarees is a tricky job and requires lots of care and attentions. Like other garments, sarees should be also given more and precise care, because if not given proper care and attention, it gets spoil quite quickly and do not last for very long.
Here are some of the important tips for taking care of your beautiful sarees, specifically for removing stains on your sarees, because we understand how horrible stains are.
- It is suggested to keep washed and unwashed sarees separately.
- Do not use heavy chemical content detergent or soap for the cleaning of your expensive sarees, as it might damage color and fabric of your saree.
- Never keep 'once worn' saree back in your wardrobe. If you wish to wear the saree once again, maintain a separate place for keeping them. Remember to place moth repellents in such places.
- Silk sarees are very delicate. Do not wash them. Dry cleaning is best for these valuable sarees.
- Wrap your silk sarees in a muslin cloth and store them in a cool, dry place.
- Heavy sarees like zari sarees with silver and gold embroidery or other such work should not be hanged in the cupboard. Keep them in folded position after.
- In the case of Lipstick stains, it is suggested to wash sarees with the cold water and small amount soap targeting the stain affected areas. In case of tough stain dry clean is suggested.
- In case of Nail polish stains, it is suggested take some acetone and wash the stain affected area of saree.
- 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 saree.
- In the case of protein stains such as meat stains, blood, egg stains and even perspiration, soak the saree 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 saree as fast as possible.