Viscose care

Viscose, also known as rayon, is a semi-synthetic fabric made from wood pulp. While it has properties similar to natural fibers like cotton and silk, it requires special care to maintain its shape and appearance. Here are some guidelines on how to properly care for viscose garments:

Washing Viscose

Viscose garments are typically best washed by hand to maintain their shape and prevent stretching. Fill a basin with lukewarm water and add a gentle liquid detergent suitable for delicate fabrics. Submerge the viscose item and gently swirl it around for a few minutes to ensure even cleaning. Avoid excessive rubbing or wringing, as it can damage the fibers. Rinse the garment thoroughly with cool water until all the soap is removed.

Drying Viscose

After washing, gently squeeze out excess water from the viscose garment without wringing. Lay it flat on a clean, dry towel and carefully roll up the towel to remove additional moisture. Avoid twisting or stretching the fabric. Once most of the moisture is absorbed, reshape the viscose item and lay it flat on a drying rack or a clean towel away from direct sunlight or heat sources. Avoid hanging viscose garments to prevent stretching.

Ironing Viscose

Viscose garments can wrinkle easily, but they can be easily smoothed out with an iron. Set your iron to a low-heat or silk setting. Place a clean, dry cloth or a pressing cloth over the viscose garment to protect it from direct heat. Gently iron the fabric, applying light pressure and moving the iron in smooth motions. Avoid leaving the iron in one place for too long to prevent scorching. Ironing the garment inside out can further protect delicate prints or embellishments.


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