Pat the handkerchief lightly to stretch out wrinkles.
If you hang dry the handkerchief with wrinkles, the wrinkles will remain and you will have to iron the handkerchief more often when it dries.
If you hang it on a hanger, it is recommended to hang it on a hanger to prevent it from losing its shape.
If you hang dry the handkerchief on a hanger, it is recommended to hang it on a hanger to prevent the handkerchief from losing its shape.
We recommend drying the handkerchief in the shade as much as possible.
Drying in the sun may cause fading. Please be careful.
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We recommend you to "never iron! We recommend you to fold your clothes without worrying about wrinkles. We especially recommend this method for crispy materials such as linen and cotton linen.
Once the handkerchief is dry, you can stretch out the wrinkles and fold it so that you don't have to worry about wrinkles. If you fold a dry handkerchief while stretching the wrinkles, the wrinkles will appear to be apparent.
Also, if you fold the handkerchief with the wrinkles stretched out and put it away, the pressure between the handkerchiefs will reduce the wrinkles somewhat. If you don't have time, you can fold the handkerchief while lightly stretching the wrinkles, so you don't have to iron it.