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How To Care For Linen

Linen is a light, breathable textile woven from fibers of the flax plant. It has been around for at least five millennia. Ancient Egyptians used it as currency. Its thread comes from the stems cellulose fiber. Linen creases and creases, and keeps on creasing the more you wear it. This is actually a identifying characteristic of the fabric that has become a fashion statement. Try to embrace linens wrinkles. Always follow the care instructions on your items and test any cleaning method on a small, hidden area before washing the entire piece. If you have any doubt check with professionals of Dry Cleaners Durango. To know more details please visit here https://kellysdrycleaners.com

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How To Care For Linen

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  1. How To Care For Linen Linen is a light, breathable textile woven from fibers of the flax plant. It has been around for at least five millennia. Ancient Egyptians used it as currency. Its thread comes from the stem’s cellulose fiber. This thread is the foundation for fine toweling, bedding, and dress fabrics. Poland, Austria, France, Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland all grow flax for linen. Don’t Worry About Wrinkles Linen creases and creases, and keeps on creasing the more you wear it. This is actually a identifying characteristic of the fabric that has become a fashion statement. Try to embrace linen’s wrinkles. If you do prefer a crisper look, try these tips: Set your iron to the highest heat, and turn on the steam. Wet a cotton towel or T-shirt and place it over your linen garment. Iron. The result will be smooth, unscorched linen. Or, bring it to your local Cleaners for a quick touch-up. Sopurce: flaircleaners.com www.kellysdrycleaners.com

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