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How to Care for Curtain Fabric

Jemma Balzan

Curtains should be hung at least 10cm from the glass to enable air to circulate. This assists in preventing mildew and reduces heat build up, both of which can adversely affect your fabric.

To maintain and preserve the life of your soft furnishings, regular dusting and vacuuming should be undertaken, however frequent laundering is not usually required.

Should washing be required, always refer your fabric's care code, as some fabrics require specific washing instructions.


CARE LABEL No: 1
For use on velvet & silk fabrics
Remove hooks rings & trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment.
Do not wash. Do not iron. Dry clean only P 50 Possible shrinkage 3%

CARE LABEL No: 2
For use on viscose/acetate and other fabrics which may Shrink, such as bulky cottons.
Protect against sunlight with lining or other shading devices. Remove hooks rings & trims before cleaning.
Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment. Do not wash, Use warm iron.
Dry clean only P 50 Possible shrinkage 3%

CARE LABEL No: 3
For use on printed or dyed cotton and linen fabrics not pigment dyed.
Remove hooks rings & trims before cleaning. Gently vacuum regularly with appropriate attachment.
Washing:- Warm hand wash. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Drip dry in the shade without delay.
For best results hang curtains by their hooks to dry. Use warm iron lengthways.
Dry cleanable P 50. Possible shrinkage 3%.


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