Wash in cold water: Jersey material should be washed in cold water to prevent shrinkage and damage to the fabric. Hot water can cause the fabric to lose its shape and elasticity.
Use mild detergent: Use a mild detergent that is specially formulated for delicate fabrics. Harsh detergents can damage the fibers in the Jersey fabric and cause it to lose its color and shape.
Do not bleach: Bleach can damage the fibers in Jersey fabric and cause it to become discolored or weakened. If you need to brighten your Jersey garment, use a color-safe bleach or a natural alternative like vinegar.
Hang dry or lay flat to dry: Jersey material should be hung to dry or laid flat to dry to prevent stretching or distortion of the fabric. Avoid using a dryer, as the heat can damage the fibers and cause shrinkage.
Iron on low heat: If you need to iron your Jersey garment, use a low heat setting and iron on the reverse side of the fabric. Avoid using high heat, as it can damage the fibers and cause the fabric to melt or burn.
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