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Q1. Can we iron chiffon saree?


Low-temperature ironing is recommended for chiffon. Between 60 and 120 degrees Celsius is ideal for ironing. Delicate materials like chiffon may require the use of a contemporary iron with a setting designed for just that. Never iron a dry item; instead, keep it moist with a little water. For chiffon sarees and other lightweight fabrics, garment steamers are a lifesaver. If you accidentally spray water on your chiffon, it will create streaks and stains, and it will also catch fire more easily. It is recommended that the gauze used for ironing chiffon not be wet (if the item itself is slightly dampened, of course, otherwise – moisten the gauze with water and wring it out properly).


Q2. Who invented the chiffon saree?


Chiffon is a fabric that was initially developed in China several years ago. At that time, the primary fabric that was used to create chiffon was silk. Chiffon was developed from this fabric in the first stages of its development. After that, the cloth was sent to each and every location around the world. The people who first migrated to India were from western nations, and they carried the textiles that were common in those nations with them when they moved to India. The saree is a piece of clothing that is considered to be traditional for women in our nation, and it is also one of the most prevalent choices that women make when it comes to their sense of style.