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Special Considerations With Silk (week 2)

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In the second in the series on silk we look at more reasons why silk needs special treatment and describe some care you can take to protect your garments.

Here's a list of some common problems with cleaning silk and their causes:


If silk is rubbed or treated harshly it's likely to cause chafing and this shows itself as a hazy patch on the surface of the fabric. It looks similar to colour loss but isn't the same. Even rubbing a stain when a spill happens is likely to cause this chafing, but the damage may only be visible after the fabric has been dry cleaned. To avoid these problems as far as possible, Don't rub the surface, Reduce any mechanical action when cleaning and. Clean any garment on it's own (even if you use a net bag)

Colour Loss

Vivid coloured silks are often not colour fast. They readily run into both themselves and other garments if cleaned together. This means you must test vivid coloured silk for colour run using the same material you're using to clean it in. Put some of the fluid on a white lint free cloth (water, dry cleaning solvent or stain treatment) and hold it against the garment in an unseen area for around 20 seconds. If the colour isn't fast you should see some evidence of the colour on the cloth when you remove it.

Never apply any spotting reagents to silk unless you have tested an unseen area first.

Distortion (Shrinkage)

Any fabric with a loose weave or knit has a problem with distortion when cleaning. If you notice a difference then lightly steam the fabric while teasing it back into shape with you hands. Silk doesn't shrink naturally, so any size difference is likely to be caused through slippage of the fabric and should be dealt with in this way.

Excessive Shrinkage

If silk is wet naturally or when spotting it is likely to crease badly as it dries. Very heavy creasing may be impossible to remove so think very carefully before wetting silk. If you do suffer this problem then damping the surface and ironing may remove the creases, but it's not guaranteed to do so.

Originating Country

Most silk comes from China or India and each has a tendency for individual problems.

India often uses water soluble dyes and this means washing or stain treatment is likely to make the dyes run.

Chinese silk is prone to colour loss.

In either case always test an unseen area of the fabric before cleaning or stain treatment, either with the cleaning fluid or the reagent you're about to use.

Check the Label

ALWAYS LOOK AT THE LABEL, this not only protects you against doing something wrong but also means you can return a garment to the retailer if you follow the instructions and something goes wrong.

Never use chlorine bleach on silk.

And remember - If in doubt - DON'T

These hints and tips will keep your silk garments luxurious for years of happy wearing.

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We're often asked by visitors to the site to find certain products used by professionals and to supply them through DrClean. Perhaps the most requested is anything that might clean an iron easily - and now we've found the perfect answer. Ez-Off is made in the USA and is designed for professionals to clean their commercial irons.

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  • To clean equipment squeeze a liberal amount of Ez-Off onto a heavy cotton cloth (an old terry towel works best).
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