WASHING AND CARE FOR YOUR HAND SILKSCREENED SCARF
Fill a clean sink or basin with lukewarm water and add a tablespoon of mild detergent such as Woolite, baby shampoo, or a gentle fabric-specific soap. Place the scarf in the basin and swirl it around the soapy water for a minute or two. Remove the scarf and empty the water. Refill the basin with fresh water and rinse the scarf until thoroughly rinsed. Wringing the scarf could do just as much damage as running it through the spin cycle.
To squeeze excess water out of the scarf without wringing it (which can and will distort its shape) lay a large towel on a flat surface and place your wet scarf on top. Spread another large towel on top, so the scarf is between the two towels. Roll both towels from the top down, folding the scarf with them into a sausage shape. Press down on the roll to release excess water and unroll. Lay the scarf to air dry on a flat surface, or on a garment hanger.
Iron ONLY on the reverse side of the screen print on a medium setting.