The silk is a natural material that comes from silk threads, produced by the silk butterfly larvae. The fiber is strong and durable for its finesse, however it can be broken down in contact with salts from sweat, bleach, enzymes and strong deodorants containing a lot of aluminum chloride.
- Wash your silk garments by hand in lukewarm water. Avoid soaking as the paint may bleed and cause discoloration
- Use fine detergent, which is free of enzymes, so the silk garment will maintain its luster and strengthen its longevity