Working experts have a penchant for buying business cloths and accessories but few know the art of wardrobe management. Quite like experts mange their activities in the office, it would be vastly valuable if they can do some “wardrobe management”.
• Pants made of cotton, cotton-poly blends, or denim - such as chinos, poplins, and twills – may be machine-washed and tumbled dry on low setting. Use a warm iron if needed.
• Corduroy pants should be folded inside out previous to washing.
• Cotton shirts can be machine-washed and –dried. Be sure to remove the shirts from the dryer before they are 100 % dry.
• Most rayon and linen shirts are either dry-clean-only or hand-wash items.
• For most part, sweatshirts should either be hand-washed or expertly dry-cleaned, based on manufacturer's suggestions.
• To eliminate a spot from a silk tie, first steam it. Then dip the skinny end of the tie in a excellent spot-remover solution. Use the skinny end to quickly rub the spot, moving towards the weave.
• When everything else is not fails, save your spotty silk ties and wear them under sweaters or sweater vests.
• To brighten up creased trousers, you will require a press cloth and a spray the water bottle. Sprits the area to be pressed, cover it with the cloth and press – one leg at a time – using the proper material establishing on your iron.
• Keep cotton shirts damp until ready to be pressed by spritzing them carefully with the water and rolling them firmly in a bath towel. Use a warm to hot iron for 100 % cotton, and a little bit lower setting for cotton blends. Do not press over buttons as it is likely to cause damage.
• Take away the belt from the pants and empty the pockets. Crease at the center front and center back and also hang the pants from base hem and on a hook that is exclusively made for pants.
• Never hang a sweater. As an alternative, lay it smooth in a cool, dry place.
• Sweaters should not be covered in plastic, as this will trap moisture. Natural, breathable air storage boxes bins are a better bet.
• In the off-season, wool sweaters should be stored with mothballs or cedar chips.
• Always store your ties untied, and stay away of simply helping to loosen your tie and pulling it over your head, which can create a lasting dimple in the silk.