How to Protect Embroidered Salwar Kameez

Nov 24th 2014 at 10:44 PM

Are you a lover of Indian ethnic clothing? Do you love to spend on good quality ethnic outfits? Do you try to keep a track of all the good quality Salwar Kameez available in the market? Do you keep yourself updated about the various fashion trends related to Salwar Kameez and such trends? As a true ethnic clothing lover, you must have invested a lot in buying best of the Salwar Kameez, saris and other ethnic clothing having fine handicraft work as well as embroidery work done on them.

After spending thousands on embroidered Salwar Kameez, we all wish it to last for a long time without looking dull or old. However, due to lack of proper care and attention, there are chances that the lovely Salwar Kameez starts looking dull and dead. The color will start fading, fabric will develop yellow stains, and embroidery threads might become a little loose or break from some points. Simple washing and cleaning will not be helping the keeping the fabric in good condition for long. For that, you need to follow these simple tips:

- Find out about the fabric!

Every fabric is different; hence, it is more than essential for you to keep it in good condition as per the fabric need. Some are strong, some are delicate and some are super delicate. You cannot wash cotton like you wash silk, hence make sure to follow right washing directions as per the type of fabric or embroidery thread material.

- Buy good quality!

If the embroidery thread is of poor quality it will not be able to last for a long time, even with good care. Try to look for the best quality material available and buy the same. It might be a little costlier than the other one but the quality is far better as well as the life.

- Wash off stains delicately!

If there are any stains on the embroidery work, try to wash it off delicately. Do not rub the fabric vigorously for removing the stain. Use a soft gentle detergent, pour it on the stain and scrub it with a soft toothbrush slowly. This will remove the stain.

- Dry clean for all!

Dry clean is the best method to clean and protect your expensive embroidered clothing. Choose the professional dry cleaners experienced in handling the fabric well.

By following all these suggestions, you can protect your expensive delicate embroidery material from getting damaged.

Bella Hamilton is the contributor of this Article. She works at Ethnic wholesale, Indian suit suppliers shop and loves to write about latest fashion trends around the world. This time she is in India and writing about wholesale salwar suits.

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