Q1. How do you make a cotton saree
You might soak the saree in cold
water for around half an hour if you want to make sure that all of the starch
is removed from the fabric. After this, the saree may have any lingering traces
of starch washed away from it by first drying it, and then steam ironing it,
and then washing it. The heavy starch that can be found on sarees
can be removed by combining a half cup of distilled white vinegar with a pail
of cold water, letting the saree soak in the mixture for half an hour, and then
rinsing it thoroughly. After that, the saree needs to be washed, hung up to
dry, and then ironed with steam. It is now devoid of starch and has the
consistency of silk.
Q2. How do you clean a cotton
It is advised that shampoo or
similar mild detergent be used while washing cotton products for the best
possible outcomes. It is advised that you first let it soak for a bit in
saltwater so that the texture may be kept more effectively before washing it.
This should be done before washing it. It is recommended that while the
garments are drying, a small stretch be applied to them. This will prevent the
garments from becoming wrinkled after they have been dried. Always ensure that
they have a sufficient amount of time to dry naturally by air circulation, and
do all in your power to keep them out of the direct sunshine.
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