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Chiffon is sheer fabric traditionally made from silk; budget chiffon is usually nylon, rayon or polyester; both types of chiffon appear in finer garments and household fabrics like curtains. Due to its sheer nature, designers often use chiffon on top of an opaque fabric in special garments, including wedding dresses. Because of the fabric's delicate nature, it's important to clean chiffon only when necessary, and to use a silk-friendly detergent.
•l Add the fabric to the washing machine and fill with cool water. The ideal temperature is 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not add any other clothes to the wash, since silk chiffon can bleed
•l Pour a mild laundry detergent into the washing machine and set the machine to the gentlest cycle possible. Run the machine on the shortest cycle. The longer the chiffon is in the water, the more likely the colors will bleed and fade
•l Dry the chiffon in the dryer on a short, cool cycle. Silk does not take long to dry, so watch it carefully and remove it as soon as it is finished so wrinkles don't set
Cotton blends clothing is made from fibers of both cotton and synthetic polyester. The fabric is lightweight and typically does not need to be ironed, which makes it great for traveling. The cotton polyester blend doesn't shrink as much as cotton.
•l Machine washes on the warm cycle with a detergent of your choice
•l Separate whites from colored clothes. Wash whites and colors, separately to ensure color preservation
•l Wash a load of either whites or colors in the washing machine on the delicate cycle using cold water. Use regular laundry detergent without bleach to wash the clothes
•l Add a fabric softener if you so desire
Tumble dry the clothes on the delicate setting, unless the tags specifically direct you to line dry or lay the item flat to dry. If you are concerned about shrinkage, then tumble dry the items for a couple of minutes to get the wrinkles out, then hang them to finish drying