You iron most types of clothing. But what about polyester? Are you afraid you will ruin it.
Let’s start with understanding a little bit more about this material.
What is Polyester?
Polyester is a synthetic fabric made from petroleum-based products and is wrinkle-resistant and easy to care for. It is one of the most used textiles in our clothing and often used in blends with other fabrics such as cotton or linen. If you look closer, you would easily find many household items around you with polyester in it. You can also use polyester to create things like awnings. It is used for countless products including car bumpers. However, polyester can be a pain to clean. This blog will look at whether you can iron polyester, if it is safe to do so, and the best way to clean polyester.
Is it safe to iron polyester?
You might be surprised at my title. I certainly was! But, it’s true, you can iron polyester… IF you are careful and you do it the best way. The question isn’t IF you should iron your polyester but rather how should you do it.
Now that it is official that Polyester can be ironed, it is important to use a low heat setting and to test the fabric first.
What are the best ways to clean polyester furnishing and garments?
Polyester is also safe to clean in the washing machine. The best way to clean polyester is to use a mild detergent and to avoid bleaching agents.