How to wash Indian Traditional clothes
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Traditional Indian clothing has a special way of attraction in its own domain to get one for you visit www.theindiabazaar.com/ and choose from their massive collection. You have to even take......

Traditional Indian clothing has a special way of attraction in its own domain to get one for you visit www.theindiabazaar.com/ and choose from their massive collection. You have to even take special care of these clothes as they have very bright colors and also ornamental designed.

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  • 1. How to wash Indian Traditional clothes Presentedby www.theindiabazaar.com/
  • 2. Indian Traditional Clothes • Why doesIndianClothes needspecialCare? • Why do we have to do to maintainits longevity? • How to wash them? • How to dry them?
  • 3. Why special care? • Indian Clothes need special care as they are rich in colors . • They use a varying custom designs like laces , boutiques , stones, etc.
  • 4. To maintain longevity? • To maintain longevity of clothes one has to take proper care of it. • Be it from washing , drying, or ways of storing it. • If one follows the following general tips then one will be able to sustain their clothes for a long period of time.
  • 5. How to wash Clothes • Sort It Out: – If you haven't already presorted your clothing, Then it's time to sort them now. At the most basic level, separate whites from colors. – laced clothes . – The clothes containing stones and other item they need to be washed separately.
  • 6. •Check Labels: – Always, always, always check the labels on your clothes. Some items are not washable. Some need to be washed with the garment turned inside out.
  • 7. •Stay Out of Hot Water – It really isn't necessary to use hot water to wash clothing. Modern detergents do well in warm and/or cold water. Use either a warm wash/cold rinse or cold wash/cold rinse setting. This not only saves your clothing, but saves energy
  • 8. •Set Up The Washer – Set the washing machine for the load you will be doing. Most washers have a small/medium/large load size. Set the temperature to warm/cold or cold/cold. Check your washing machine instructions
  • 9. •Using of detergent ? – It's really not necessary to use anything harsh. If you have stains, pre-treat the clothing at least 5 minutes before washing.
  • 10. •Load It Up: – Time to add your clothes, but don't over-load the machine. Putting in too many items can cause damage to your clothes (soap stains, etc.) as well as damage to the machine. – Clothing with patterns/prints should be turned inside out to wash. This preserves the color and avoids fading.
  • 11. •To Bleach or Not To Bleach ? – For your whites, adding bleach to your load helps whiten, brighten and remove stains. Some machines have a special place to add bleach which is gradually added to the clothing. – Measure out the appropriate amount of bleach (check your washing machine instructions). If your machine does not have a special compartment for bleach, add the bleach to the water/soap mixture and let it mix well with the water prior to adding your clothing.
  • 12. •Start It Up: – Put in the clothes (remember one load at a time and don't mix the colors and whites) and let the machine do the work for you.
  • 13. After wash Care…! • Know That your clothes are washed Properly dry them up and store them, in your wardrobe safely. • Every Traditional Indian Clothes if different from one another so before washing check them out thoroughly about any special instruction set given for them or not.
  • 14. For details CONTACT US Deepak Agarwal Acro International Inc. 141 Blueberry Lane Hicksville, NY 11801 Phone –516-312-6880 Visit http://www.theindiabazaar.com