How to Care for Clothing With Pleats or Ruffles
How to Dewrinkle Clothing With PoufsSleeves: First fill the sleeves with tissue paper so you don’t create more creases, then steam, as shown. Afterward, let the fabric dry completely before removing the tissue so that the shape sets. And never go inside the sleeves with the steamer. “Steam in such a tight space can burn your hand,” says Zagnoni.
Bubble hems: Steaming is the way to go, since trying to iron a bubble hem can add more wrinkles. Hang the garment and carefully steam it from the inside out, by gliding the steamer along the back side of the fabric as you gently fluff the hem with your other hand.
How to StoreHang poufy items at the end of a clothing rack to keep them from getting flattened in a cramped closet. For extra cushioning, stuff acid-free tissue paper inside the poufs.
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