Can I wash my Mulberry Scarf

Mulberrygal

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Jul 30, 2012
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Has anyone got a 70% Viscose (Bamboo) & 30% Soya protein Mulberry scarf.

It doesn't have any care tags and not sure if I need to hand wash it or have it dry cleaned.

It has a natural fringed edge on each of the short ends. Last time I took one to the dry cleaners he said it can damage the fringe and wrinkle it.

Has this happened to any ones scarf?
 

Roxaholic

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May 9, 2012
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Hi MG - I am afraid I tend to ignore care labels (or lack of them!) and just go by instinct - haven't washed any of my Mulberries yet, but I regularly wash my scarves, whether they are silk, wool, viscose, modal whatever - and as long as you use a hand detergent for delicates, and wash cold, spin gently then lie flat and fold into a towel to get out excess moisture, then dry naturally, you can't go too far wrong......but don't 100% take my word for it - this is just what I do and haven't had any problems (as yet!)..:biggrin:
 

Mooshooshoo

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Agree with the other ladies Mulberrygal, hand wash using specialist soap and only use cool water....squeeze don't wring, reshape and if possible dry flat :smile: