How do you get wrinkles out of chavon ?

I have a new blouse made from a silky fabric. It is so wrinkly I can't wear it !!! Any suggestions?
q how do you get wrinkles out of chavon
  10 answers
  • Dianacirce70 Dianacirce70 on Sep 21, 2017
    Steam is a good way. If you have an iron use it on the cool setting. Also, if you have a Dryel kit you can toss it in the bag with one of the damp cloths.
  • Lin29589410 Lin29589410 on Sep 21, 2017
    Have you tried using a tea towel (as we used to call them) between the fabric and an iron? An old diaper (the kind you have to fold) or an old pillow case might also work, if you cut it to make it single thickness. Try starting on low heat and gradually increasing until it is hot enough to get the wrinkles out, but not melt or scorch the fabric. I have done this many times. I have been able to use steam on my iron with the fabric between to smooth the wrinkles.
  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Sep 21, 2017
    Did you try using a steamer?
  • Do you have a steamer? My iron also has a steam setting. I have always ironed, but you have to be really really careful. I also have a linen pressing cloth that ai lightly spritz with distilled water then press. Here is a link with different methods tor you to try. Chiffon is so pretty, just takes a tiny bit of extra care.

  • Amanda Amanda on Sep 21, 2017
    Downy Wrinkler Release Spray is the most amazing product!! I'd give it a try! Spray it on and shake the shirt out!!
  • Lisa S. Lisa S. on Sep 21, 2017
    Iron it on the coldest setting. Or use a steamer. Or consider rewashing it, if it is washable.
  • Dee Gonyea Dee Gonyea on Sep 21, 2017
    Another steam idea is to hang it in the bathroom while taking a hot shower. It's a beautiful blouse.
  • V Smith V Smith on Sep 21, 2017
    If the blouse is washable, submurge it in water lift it out and let most of the water fall back into the basin, then lay it on a bath towel. Using your hands press it into the towel to remove more of the water. While it is damp hang it on a plastic hanger over the bath tub. Use your hands and gently tug it into shape.
  • Lisa Mode Lisa Mode on Sep 22, 2017
    Thank you all for all the great suggestions!

  • DAG12262022 DAG12262022 on Sep 22, 2017