- Hand washing is preferable for delicate fabrics such as silk, chiffon, and embroidered pieces.
- Use a mild detergent in cold water. Gently agitate the water without wringing or rubbing the fabric.
- For machine-washable items, use the delicate cycle with a gentle detergent.
- Turn the garments inside out before placing them in the machine to protect embellishments.
Avoid Harsh Detergents:
- Use a mild and gentle detergent to preserve the fabric's colors and prevent damage to delicate embroidery or embellishments.
- Air-dry Indian clothing by laying it flat on a clean, dry towel. Avoid hanging heavy or embroidered pieces, as this can cause stretching.
- Do not wring out wet garments, as it may damage delicate fabrics and embellishments.
- Iron clothing inside out to prevent direct heat on embellishments or delicate prints.
- Use a low to medium heat setting based on the fabric type to avoid scorching.