How to Care for Angora

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How to Care for Angora
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Angora and other wools, such as alpaca, camel's hair and mohair, require delicate care and storage. Here's how you can increase the life expectancy of garments made from these materials.

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Things you need

  • Cedar Blocks
  • Sponges
  • Clothes Brushes

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    Read and follow label instructions for the care of each garment.

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    Hang garments in a steamy bathroom after wearing or unpacking to help remove wrinkles.

  3. 3

    Hang garments on padded hangers between uses for 24 hours to smooth out wrinkles and restore original shape.

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    Store garments in a well-ventilated closet with fresh cedar blocks to keep the moths away. Fold knits, or hang with closures zipped or buttoned.

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    Dry the garment at room temperature if you accidentally get it wet. Keep it away from heat.

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    Remove surface soil with a brush or a damp sponge.

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    Dry clean in the summer before storing, or immediately after you get a stain - whichever comes first.

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