Sequins Fabric Care Tips

Sequins Fabric Care Tips

Washing Tips

Hand washing is best but use gentle cycles if you machine wash. Use cool water and gentle detergent. When possible wash sequins inside-out.

Drying Tips

Air-dry. Avoid using a dryer.

Temperature Tips

Sequins may melt or become damaged in heat so always air-dry.


Ironing Tips

Never iron. Damage to the sequins is too easy with an iron even with pressing cloth. Steaming with a wand held away or in a steamy bathroom is more appropriate if you must get wrinkles out.

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