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Everything you need to know about : Silk

 

    1. Unthread your sling.
    2. Fill a basin with cold water and add little liquid detergent. You want something free of optical brighteners and enzymes.
    3. Gently swish your sling around for 1 minute. It may lose some dye, that is ok.
    4. Remove sling and empty the water.
    5. Fill the basin again with cool water, this time adding 1/4 c vinegar.
    6. Add sling and gently swish around for 1 minute.
    7. Remove the sling from the water and gently roll into a towel to remove excess water. 
    8. Hang the sling to dry inside, and out of any direct sunlight. Silk can shrink a bit in the wash, pull on the sling gently to regain some length.
    9. While the sling is still slightly damp (dry is ok, too), steam iron on the hottest setting while gently pulling the sling back into shape.
    1. Unthread your sling. 
    2. Wash it in your machine (alone, cold water, gentle cycle) with a little liquid detergent. Look for something free of optical brighteners and enzymes.
    3. Add 1/4 c. vinegar in before the last rinse cycle.
    4. Hang the sling to dry inside and out of direct sunlight. Silk can shrink a bit in the wash, pull on the sling gently to regain some length. Do not machine dry.
    5. While the sling is still slightly damp (dry is ok, too), steam iron on the hottest setting while gently stretching the sling back into shape.
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