Kiss of the Wolf, Tank Top, Black & White Mini Architecture
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100% silk, see care instructions below.
33" bustSee all Kiss of the Wolf
Hanging your garment before wearing it will help remove any creases. For stubborn creases, use a warm iron on the silk setting (a medium low) and a small amount of steam.
Dry cleaning: all quilted and lined garments MUST be dry cleaned ONLY
- All Kiss of the Wolf garments may be dry cleaned. Ask them not to press your garments because industrial ironing can stretch the crinkle silk.
- NEVER ALLOW THE CLEANERS TO USE SPOT REMOVER. These chemicals can strip the Kiss of the Wolf dyes.
Hand washing: for un-quilted and unlined, single layer garments only
- Gently submerse the silk garment in tepid water with a mild soap. It is normal that some of the color will bleed. Soak the garment briefly.
- For the removal of oil-based stains use a de-greasing dish detergent like Dawn Dish Liquid. Put a little right on the stain and rub gently with your finger to saturate the stained area. Swish briefly in the tepid soapy water.
- Gently squeeze the garment to rid it of excess water.
- Rinse in cool water until the soap residue is gone. Gently squeeze to rid of excess water.
- Roll the garment gently in an old towel, then lay flat to air dry.
- When the garment is dry, you may use a warm iron on the silk setting with a little steam to lightly press your garment. Always press following the grain of the crinkle silk.
- If a piece stretches through normal wear or from a dry cleaners that has pressed your garment, then hand washing will help restore the texture of the crinkle silk.
Storage: we suggest that you gently roll the item, then store in a drawer or on a shelf. Even the jackets and coats benefit from rolling, especially for long term seasonal storage, so that the shoulders do not get stretched from the hanger. Store scarves gently rolled in the direction of the crinkle.