Chair Bow Care Guide

Caring for Your Chair Bows & Sashes

After investing in chair bows for your big event, preserving your investment is important. See our handy tips below on how to take care of your chair sashes so they continue to spark joy for you and your guests for years to come.



Satin Chair Bows

Washing

Hand Wash

Always hand wash your satin chair bows in cold water with mild soap.


Dry Cleaning Safe

Dry cleaning is safe for our Satin Chair Bows.


Drying

Dry Flat

Never place satin chair bows in a hot dryer. The heat can damage the material. Instead, dry your bows flat, away from direct heat and sunlight. If quicker drying is necessary, only use a very low temperature on a machine dryer and check them frequently.


Ironing

Satin chair bows may need to be ironed before using in order to create a professional presentation.


Choose the Right Setting

Satin chair bows should be ironed with a damp pressing cloth in between the iron and the chair bow on the lowest setting (100% cotton can handle higher heat while delicates like satin need low heat).


Test it First

Test the heat setting first on a seam to ensure the heat is correct.


Use a Pressing Cloth

Always use a damp pressing cloth between the iron and the fabric. Use back and forth motions. Avoid circular motions which tend to stretch the fabric. If wrinkles are stubborn, you can also try steaming to relax the fabric fibers and get the toughest wrinkles out.


Storage

A little TLC when storing your chair bows will reduce your time and effort making them presentable the next time you need to use them.


Hang with Dry-Cleaning Hangers

Use dry-cleaning hangers (the ones with cardboard struts used for pants) to minimize creases. Very gently drape them over the hanger strut.


Folding

If you prefer to fold and stack your chair bows, make sure that they are completely dry before folding.



Organza Chair Bows

Washing

Hand Wash

Always hand wash your organza chair bows in cold water with mild soap.


Dry Cleaning Safe

Dry cleaning is safe for our Organza Chair Bows.


Drying

Dry Flat

Never place organza chair bows in a hot dryer. The heat can damage the material. Instead, dry them flat away from direct heat and sunlight. If quicker drying is necessary, only use a very low temperature on a machine dryer and check them frequently.


Ironing

Organza chair bows may need to be ironed before using in order to create a professional presentation.


Choose the Right Setting

Organza chair bows should be ironed with a damp pressing cloth in between the iron and the chair bow on the lowest setting (100% cotton can handle higher heat while delicates like organza need low heat).


Test it First

Test the heat setting first on a seam to ensure the heat is correct.


Use a Pressing Cloth

Always use a damp pressing cloth between the iron and the fabric. Use back and forth motions. Avoid circular motions which tend to stretch the fabric.


Storage

A little TLC when storing your chair covers will reduce your time and effort making them presentable the next time you need to use them.


Hang with Dry-Cleaning Hangers

Use dry-cleaning hangers (the ones with cardboard struts used for pants) to minimize creases. Very gently fold your chair cover in half or into thirds and drape it over the hanger strut. Use one chair cover per hanger.


Folding

If you prefer to fold and stack your chair covers, make sure that they are completely dry before folding.



Shop for Chair Bows

Now that you know all about chair bow care, it’s time to find the perfect chair bows for your big event. Shop below and enjoy always-free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement. Happy shopping!


After investing in chair bows for your big event, preserving your investment is important. See our handy tips below on how to take care of your chair sashes so they continue to spark joy for you and your guests for years to come.



Satin Chair Bows

Washing

Hand Wash

Always hand wash your satin chair bows in cold water with mild soap.


Dry Cleaning Safe

Dry cleaning is safe for our Satin Chair Bows.


Drying

Dry Flat

Never place satin chair bows in a hot dryer. The heat can damage the material. Instead, dry your bows flat, away from direct heat and sunlight. If quicker drying is necessary, only use a very low temperature on a machine dryer and check them frequently.


Ironing

Satin chair bows may need to be ironed before using in order to create a professional presentation.


Choose the Right Setting

Satin chair bows should be ironed with a damp pressing cloth in between the iron and the chair bow on the lowest setting (100% cotton can handle higher heat while delicates like satin need low heat).


Test it First

Test the heat setting first on a seam to ensure the heat is correct.


Use a Pressing Cloth

Always use a damp pressing cloth between the iron and the fabric. Use back and forth motions. Avoid circular motions which tend to stretch the fabric. If wrinkles are stubborn, you can also try steaming to relax the fabric fibers and get the toughest wrinkles out.


Storage

A little TLC when storing your chair bows will reduce your time and effort making them presentable the next time you need to use them.


Hang with Dry-Cleaning Hangers

Use dry-cleaning hangers (the ones with cardboard struts used for pants) to minimize creases. Very gently drape them over the hanger strut.


Folding

If you prefer to fold and stack your chair bows, make sure that they are completely dry before folding.



Organza Chair Bows

Washing

Hand Wash

Always hand wash your organza chair bows in cold water with mild soap.


Dry Cleaning Safe

Dry cleaning is safe for our Organza Chair Bows.


Drying

Dry Flat

Never place organza chair bows in a hot dryer. The heat can damage the material. Instead, dry them flat away from direct heat and sunlight. If quicker drying is necessary, only use a very low temperature on a machine dryer and check them frequently.


Ironing

Organza chair bows may need to be ironed before using in order to create a professional presentation.


Choose the Right Setting

Organza chair bows should be ironed with a damp pressing cloth in between the iron and the chair bow on the lowest setting (100% cotton can handle higher heat while delicates like organza need low heat).


Test it First

Test the heat setting first on a seam to ensure the heat is correct.


Use a Pressing Cloth

Always use a damp pressing cloth between the iron and the fabric. Use back and forth motions. Avoid circular motions which tend to stretch the fabric.


Storage

A little TLC when storing your chair covers will reduce your time and effort making them presentable the next time you need to use them.


Hang with Dry-Cleaning Hangers

Use dry-cleaning hangers (the ones with cardboard struts used for pants) to minimize creases. Very gently fold your chair cover in half or into thirds and drape it over the hanger strut. Use one chair cover per hanger.


Folding

If you prefer to fold and stack your chair covers, make sure that they are completely dry before folding.



Shop for Chair Bows

Now that you know all about chair bow care, it’s time to find the perfect chair bows for your big event. Shop below and enjoy always-free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement. Happy shopping!


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