How to Clean a Wedding Veil


Using a post that I found today……..

http://experts.merchantcircle.com/articles/How-to-Clean-a-Wedding-Veil/1033062

Most women keep their wedding veils as a remembrance of their wedding. Wedding veils can become dirty and begin to change colors. Cleaning a wedding veil can be easy with a few simple household items. It is important to clean them at the first sign of dust or dirt collecting on

 
Things You Will Need:

  • 2 Plastic Tub Containers
  • Water
  • Mild Soap Detergent/ Oxygen Cleaner
  • Plastic Bag
  • Towel

How to Clean a Wedding Veil

  1. Fill a clean plastic tub container full of warm water. Add 2 teaspoons of mild soap detergent. You can also use an oxygen cleaner if needed.
  2. Put the veil down in the container of water. Press it down into the water. If the veil has a cap to it, it can usually be washed as well. For those that cannot be washed, cover it with plastic and seal it tight.
  3. Allow the veil to fully soak in the water for about 15 minutes. Occasionally move the veil around in the water to help clean it.
  4. Fill another plastic tub container of clean cool water. 
  5. Remove the veil from its container and put it into the cool water. Swish the veil around in the water to get the soapy water out of it. 
  6. Change the water if needed. Rinse the veil as many times as needed with cool water.
  7. Lay the veil on a long towel. Wrap the towel around the veil and squeeze as much water as you can out of it.  
  8. Hang or drape the veil over a surface that will not damage it. Allow the veil to air dry.

 

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