Instruction for proper washing and ironing

Mastering the art of washing and ironing clothes is essential for maintaining their quality and appearance. Proper care ensures longevity, prevents damage, and keeps your garments looking fresh. Whether you’re a novice or seeking a refresher, here’s a comprehensive guide on how to wash and iron your clothes effectively.


Read Care Labels for a Lifetime of Elegance

Respecting the luxury nature of your Rosie Hong attire begins with the basics—always consult the care labels. As a brand dedicated to sustainability, we use premium eco-friendly and vegan materials that often require special attention to maintain their superior quality.

Hand Washing: If the label recommends hand washing, use a gentle detergent and cold water. Avoid wringing or twisting the garment, as this can distort its shape.

Machine Washing: If machine washing is recommended, use a delicate or gentle cycle with cold water. Place the items in a laundry bag to protect it from abrasion.

Drying: Avoid tumble drying the items, as high heat can damage the fabric. Instead, lay the item flat on a clean, dry towel to air dry. Reshape the garment as needed to maintain its original shape.

Ironing: Check the care label to determine if ironing is allowed. If it is, use a low-heat setting and place a cloth or another garment between the iron and the item to prevent direct contact.

Storage: Store our items in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Hanging items on padded hangers or folding them neatly in drawers can help maintain their shape.

Avoid Abrasion: Be cautious when wearing items with sharp or abrasive jewelry or accessories that could snag or damage the delicate fabric.

Stain Removal: Deal with stains promptly, but always follow the stain removal guidelines provided on the care label. Test any stain remover on a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure it will not harm the fabric.


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