Clothing Care

Clothing Care Tips

 

In order  things from the RuViSo Dancewear Company  serve you for more than one season and to maintain a beautiful  outer look, you need to  care for it properly.


What is the best way to care for clothes!

Buying any product, you need to look at the label. The manufacturer indicates the composition of the material, acceptable methods of care.

Fabrics which require special attention:

artificial and synthetic materials - organza, viscose, polyester, lycra, elastin, mesh, microfiber, etc. as well as  any knitwear, lace, velor, fringe, etc.

You should always remember that products:

  • are of a complex style
  • have a fringe
  • with relief surface
  • with ornate details
  • of bright vivid color

It is necessary to clean or wash very carefully, in delicate mode. At the first wash, the fabric may fade, please  pay your attention to this.

Synthetic fabric oil is knitwear from which we produce 80% of products:

  • The structure of polymer fibers can be changed  at temperatures above 60 ° C. Hot water can ruin such a fabric.
  • To achieve a good result, wash the clothes using the moderate mode with the temperature no more than 40 ° C. Don't squeeze synthetic clothing strongly. To preserve the outer look of synthetic fabrics, dry flat at room temperature.
  •  It is not necessary to iron synthetic products. Dry them on the hangers. Other things can be ironed at a temperature not  higher than 100-130 ° С.

  • Lace - requires special attention . The beauty of the picture will remain  in such a case.

Lace

Delicate fabrics, especially lace, need attention.

 

Wash lace items  only  in cool water. First, soak and leave the lace in a diluted solution of a mild detergent. After a couple of hours, change the solution. After soaking in the detergent solution, the lace can be slightly wiped in a whipped foam. Then the product should be rinsed in cool water, change the water 2-3 times.

 

Lace is made of embossed threads. They can absorb a large amount of detergent. Therefore, you should rinse thoroughly. It is not necessary to twist products from lace. Dry them flat.

 

Lace should be well stretched. Having dried in a shriveled condition, it will lose its exquisite  outer look. Small pieces of lace can be tacked onto a thin white fabric before washing.

 

Iron laced things  through a thin fabric, folded in several layers.

Fatin

Very hard material  which does not absorb moisture. If there are many layers of fabric (in a competitive dress, for example), then the breathability is greatly reduced.

 

The fabric is washed in warm water using a soft gel. Hand  washing is preferred. Wash in running water, then shake and dry flat. Iron tulle using a humidifier or steam.

Velours

  • Wash at thirty degrees . Like any "fleecy" material, velor is better not to expose to high temperatures.
  • If you are washing by hand, avoid long soaking - water will not have the best effect on the structure of the fibers.
  • Choose a soft powder for colored linen or special shampoos for fleecy fabrics.
  •  Don't use the washing powder containing chlorine or bleaching particles.
  • This fabric perfectly retains its shape and does not  wrinkle, and therefore it is not recommended to iron it at all - and if it is ironed,  it must be done on the inner side.

  • If there is one speck on things, it can be removed with a regular eraser, without soaking the thing.

Fringe

Braid for trimming anything with a number of loose threads. Extremely hand wash.

Guipure

Some types of guipure can be washed in a washing machine. This applies to those canvases in which the lace elements are located tightly, that is, close to each other, or interconnected by dense threads. It is  better to use a delicate wash program. If the embossed pattern occupies 10-60% of the area of ​​the connecting mesh, the fabric and products from it should be washed by hand. Spin or centrifuge mustn't be used. If the composition is Lycra, it is better to put the product in the bag for washing.

Temperatures of 30-40 degrees are enough to wash a thing, but not damage the structure of the fabric.

It is recommended to wash  with a liquid, mild detergent. You need to dry in the shade, avoiding direct sunlight. We don't recommend to use batteries for drying guipure as well as for any other fabrics.

It is better to spread the product on a towel, rather than hanging it on a rope. Iron products from guipure  from the inside at a temperature of not more than 150 degrees. This parameter corresponds to the “silk” mark on the regulator.

It is recommended to iron through a damp cloth or with a humidifier. In order to not  tear the grid, you need to move the iron constantly and not to  stop it in one position.

Chiffon

Wash by hand with mild detergents in water at a temperature no higher than 30 degrees. Dry on a hanger or unfolded.

Grid, grid with pattern and grid with spraying

Plain mesh is  washed in the machine with ordinary powders. The exception is the velor-coated mesh - it  must be washed by hand, the mesh with a pattern-delicate wash mode, manual spin.

Gabardine

 Wash from the inner side.

Don't squeeze in the machine, do it by hand or just the water flow off.

It is impossible to dry in a special thermo-dryer (a drying machine that is fashionable today). It is best to do this in the air in the shadow zone, pre-steam and give it shape.

Ironing gabardine things is simple, the material is perfectly smoothed, but it is important to use a wet piece of gauze or fabric, and only iron on the inner side It prevents the fabric from the glance.

Viscose

In the process of washing the fabric of viscose under the influence of water it loses its strength, wash the fabric very carefully,  by hand or in the delicate mode of the washing machine. Since the fabric also runs up, the temperature should also be gentle, not more than 30 degrees. Care of products from viscose should be as careful as possible.

 

Viscose fabrics are very delicate, so they need to be washed separately from other more rigid fabrics, so  not to damage them during the friction produced by the rotation of the drum. It is impossible in any case to twist or squeeze things  made of viscose fabrics. It is better to  dry flat on any surface, straightening all the folds and creases.

 

When ironing clothes must be turned inside out. If you put the iron on the product from the front side, this place will  shine  and be very different from the general appearance of the product. Ironing is necessary only in the “silk” mode, the fibers can melt at a higher temperature.

Biflex

Wash products  by hand or in a washing machine, but with the mode "gentle washing". When washing the water temperature should not exceed 20-30C. Spin is not recommended. If the material from supplex is white,  never use bleaching powders and additives. The pressing of products must be carried out  by hand, if it is necessary,  with a slightly heated iron. It is strictly forbidden to dry the material on heaters and batteries.

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