We know how tricky it can be to care for delicates. From lingerie and other items labeled “dry clean” to silk blouses and scarves, this special formula removes perspiration, body oils, and stains while cleaning and preserving fabrics. Ideal for silk, synthetics, spandex, polyester, nylon, rayon, acetate, and blends. Why dry clean when you can provide better care for your delicates at home, minus the toxins and extra cost?
SIZE: 16 oz; Highly concentrated - up to 32 washes!
SCENT: 'Lady', an herbal and citrus blend of rich amber, bergamot, lavender; musk
Nontoxic, biodegradable, and allergen-free
Colour and texture may vary with natural ingredients
Free of petroleum, phosphate, phthalates, and artificial colour
Cruelty-free; No animal by-products
Made in the USA
We recommend washing silk in cool or warm water. When in doubt, test first. If machine washing, use a delicate washing cycle and insert item in a Mesh Washing Bag (optional). If handwashing, do not soak silk longer than 30 minutes. Lay flat or hang to dry. Never put silk in the dryer. Steam as needed. Launder as follows:
|Handwash||2 capfuls||32 washes|
|HE Machine | Delicate Cycle||4 capfuls / 1/8 cup / 30 ml / 1 oz.||16 washes|
|Non-HE Machine | Delicate Cycle||8 capfuls / 1/4 cup / 60 ml / 2 oz.||8 washes|
Delicate Wash is our formula designed for “delicate laundry.”
We consider delicates to be items containing silk or silk-like synthetics, embellishment (such as lace, hardware, embroidery, beading, and sequins), or intimates such as underwear, bras, lingerie, and hosiery.
Silk is commonly the most washable delicate; however, there are various synthetics that are made to look and perform like silk, such as acetate, rayon, Lycra, lyocell, Modal, spandex, and acrylic.
We recommend washing silk in cool or warm water. If machine washing, use a delicate washing cycle and insert item in a Mesh Washing Bag (optional). If hand-washing, do not soak silk longer than 30 minutes. Lay flat or hang to dry. Never put silk in the dryer.
Most items labeled “dry clean” are generally launderable. Read the care label to determine the fabric content and washability. When in doubt, test.
When an item is labeled “dry clean only,” the best way to care for it between cleanings is to treat with Delicate Spray along with a good steamer for freshening and finishing.
Wash like colors.
Use chlorine bleach or fabric softener.
Use hot water.
Soak/wash longer than 30 minutes.
Wring or twist wet items.
Dry in direct sunlight.