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Care Guide for Suits and Jackets

Fall and winter often welcome many parties. Follow these easy tips and your outfit will be looking the part, all season long.
Steaming and Ironing
Eliminating creases and wrinkles is top priority. This is easily done by steaming the item with a steamer. The hot steam will also kill bacteria, eliminate odors and freshen up the textile. Steaming your shirts works just as well. And if you wish to achieve a sharp collar or cuff, our new Cirrus No.3 is a hybrid between a steamer and an iron, with an ironing plate that can achieve either a pressed or a smooth look.

Smell the Part
Has the garment caught an odor or does it feel a little dull and dusty? Try airing it and spraying it with a light scented mist. The quickest trick to fresher clothes.

Brush it Off
Often all it takes is a few strokes with a good quality clothing brush, and any superficial stains and dust come right off. Having one in your pocket is great for handling any stains when out and about, to treat the stain immediately and increase the chance of it disappearing. Getting rid of dust, hair and fluff is easily done with a lint brush.

Never Machine Wash
Note that you should never wash a suit or jacket in your machine. If it really is in need of a wash, take it to the dry-cleaners.

Store it Properly
Make sure your suit or jacket isn’t cramped in a crowded wardrobe, as they need some air around them in order to not get creased. Our Space Saving Hanger makes room in-between each hanger, when hung horizontally. When it’s used for storing other items and you need to create more space, then you fold it down vertically and six times more space is made.

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