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Polyester fabric is durable, stain and wrinkle resistant and offers easy care and cleaning options for the consumer.In order to maintain the classic look and natural beauty of your tweed, you will need to clean it from time to time.
•· Separate all 100-percent polyester fabrics from other types of materials---even polyester blends. Wash dark 100-percent polyester items separately from light-colored fabrics.
•· Apply a stain remover to any items that have spot soiling. Secure buttons, zippers and snaps and turn the garments inside out before placing them in the washing machine.
•· Set your washing machine cycle to the permanent press cycle on warm for garments such as heavy work shirts and uniforms or to gentle for blankets, robes, sheets, delicate shirt materials or pants. Items marked "hand wash only" should be washed in cold water on the hand wash setting on the washing machine, if available, or washed by hand in the sink or bathtub.
•· Remove items promptly from the washing machine once the cycle finishes.
•· Hang items recommended for hand washing outside on a clothesline to dry or dry them inside on a sweater rack. Tumble dry the other items on low with a fabric sheet, removing them from the dryer at once to hang before they wrinkle.
Touch up wrinkles with a warm iron on the polyester setting---never set to hot. Polyester can melt when subjected to high levels of heat, both in the dryer or from the iron.
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Polyester clothing, made from a synthetic fabric, is extremely easy to clean. This has been one of the reasons for its popularity, which peaked in the 1970s. Other benefits are its being able to hold its form well and its resilience against mold and mildew damage. And also, polyester is a durable synthetic and an extremely heat-sensitive fabric that is prone to absorbing oily stains. Quickly treat oil-based stains to prevent permanent damage to polyester fabric before washing. When laundering, use light duty laundry detergent and a vinegar rinse as cleaning agents, and avoid using excessive heat in the washing machine and dryer to prevent damage to the fabric's synthetic fibers.