Mon 20 May, 2013 01:07 am
Cashmere comes from goats living in the high and dry plateaus surrounding the Gobi Desert of Mongolia and China. Cashmere can be a tricky material to work with. Follow these steps to clean stains out of knit cashmere fabrics. Allow the stain remover to penetrate the stained area. Don't rub it. Wash the entire garment in cold water, using a hair shampoo or a mild detergent like Woolite. Mix the soap and water before placing the cashmere in the sink. Squish and press the soapy water through the garment. There's no need to pay special attention to the stain. Keep the garment in a ball or lump. Press as much water out of the cashmere as possible. Lay it on a towel and roll it up. Press the water out of it. Don't twist it up. Lay the sweater on a dry towel to dry. Place it exactly the way you want it to dry.
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