Give your garment some breathing room. It doesn’t need frequent washing – airing it in a well-ventilated space can freshen it up.
Hanging the shirt in a steamy bathroom while taking a hot shower can release wrinkles and creases.
Button up the Rugby shirt and turn it inside out.
For meticulous care: Hand wash with pH-neutral soap and cool water. Air dry without wringing or rubbing.
For convenience: Machine wash on a cool or cold water temperature using a gentle detergent. Opt for a delicate cycle.
Heat is the enemy of fabric longevity. Hang drying is ideal for preserving your garment.
If you choose to use a tumble dryer, select a no-heat or air dry setting to prevent shrinkage. Hang dry to avoid button damage on the dryer drum.
Dry clothes inside-out to prevent sun-bleaching. Hang t-shirts from the bottom and pants from the ankles for less wrinkling. Lay delicate items flat on a mesh surface in the desired shape.
If using a store-bought stain cleaner, match it to the type of stain. Spot treatment with baking soda and vinegar, followed by a wash, is effective if you have time.
Avoid professional dry cleaning, as it’s harmful to the environment. If necessary, provide your cleaner with stain and fabric content information for minimal solvent use.
Taking care of your clothes is an investment in their longevity and appearance.
Don’t worry, it’s not complicated – your clothes won’t self-destruct. Enjoy wearing them!