Wrinkles in ponytail scarf

kabaker

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Dec 26, 2007
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Hi all, I did a search and I did not find anything pertaining to this question. I have the tattersall silk ponytail scarf and I REALLY want to wear it in my hair but it has wrinkles in it from being on one of my bags...how do I get these wrinkles out?
 

donnalynn11

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Jul 25, 2007
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I ALWAYS iron my ponytail scarves before putting them on my bags. I just put them on a lower setting, but not too low or the previous creases wont even budge. I've never had a problem.
 

JennE

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If you have a steamer, that works really well. I think that's what coach uses when they sell the floor model of a scarf/ponytail scarf
 

90046

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I iron mine too.
I use the shot of steam from my iron as well.
If the wrinkle is really embedded, I'll sprtiz the scarf w/ a touch of h20 first.
 

peacocky

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hand held steamers are the safest way to iron out wrinkles on delicate fabrics. Also, they're great to have for a quick touch up on your clothes and they get out wrinkles your iron couldn't. If I was on a desert island, my steamer would be in my life bag lol.
 

loupole

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hand held steamers are the safest way to iron out wrinkles on delicate fabrics. Also, they're great to have for a quick touch up on your clothes and they get out wrinkles your iron couldn't. If I was on a desert island, my steamer would be in my life bag lol.
I assume you don't have the 6 foot tall one like I do, then? :smile:
 

peacocky

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no, I have a small hand held one. It takes 30 seconds to heat up and it's easy to store. I bought it at Joann's two years ago.
 

jennaflr

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If you have a steamer, that works really well. I think that's what coach uses when they sell the floor model of a scarf/ponytail scarf
Yep - or an iron. :yes: At my store it was whichever was easier to get to. ;)

For the OP - I wash my scarves in Woolite in the sink and hang to dry, they get so wrinkly! So I just steam or iron them once they're dry. Works like a charm! :tup: