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We’ve been discussing above how to dry a Santa hat. But it is equally important to know how not to. Firstly, as we said, direct sunlight is a BIG NO. NEVER wash your hat along with items such as towels and sheets. They are the main bad guys that can cause pilling. Use cool or lukewarm water. Hot water can cause damage to the fabric, degrade its quality, and your water-resistant hat will no longer remain water-resistant. Step 3: Use a Gentle Cycle
Dip the hat in the soapy water. Gently rub the fabric in your hands for about 5 minutes, with more attention given to areas that tend to accumulate more dirt. If your hat has stubborn odors and stains, leave it to soak in the water for about 30 to 40 minutes. Step 3: Rinse Of course you can. Questions like ‘how to hand-wash Santa hats,’ and ‘how to machine wash Santa hats’ are some of the most common questions we have come across. But before jumping into learning how to wash and clean them, don’t you think you should know your Santa Hat a little bit?Just let the water drip out of the hat for a few minutes and lay it down on a clean flat surface or a towel. If you are hanging the hat for drying, make sure you do not leave it till it’s dried completely since the weight of the water can change the shape of your Santa hat, it’s best to dry it laying flat. How to Clean a White Santa Hat?
After taking the hat out of the water, the most immediate reaction is to wring it, just like we do with all other clothes.Whether it is fleece, faux fur, velvet, or a felt, all of them are delicate fabrics; hand-washing is the safest and gentlest option for cleaning and washing. Let’s see how to do this. If you plan to machine wash your Santa hat, there are few things that you’ve to be extra careful about. Say a BIG NO to bleaches, harsh detergents, fabric softeners, and conditioners. They will kill all the softness from your cute Santa hats. The most common materials used to make Santa hats are fleece, faux fur, felt, and velvet. Your Santa hat could be made out of any of these materials. Post drying, if you see pilling on the hat, which usually occurs when the fabric is over-rubbed, use a lint roller to brush down the fleece/fur/velvet/felt. If you don’t have a lint roller, you can use a normal razor and gently run it over the hat without making any cuts on it.
Mix a little bit of soap or mild detergent with cool or lukewarm water in a wash tub or in the sink to make the cleaning agent. Too much soap will lead to a build-up in the fibers and make it less soft. Step 2: Soak the Cap in the Tub And not just that, we will provide you with the complete guide to taking care of your Santa Hats so that you won’t have to keep buying them every year; that’s more money for candy! See how much we care about you? FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS: With these Christmas Sequin Santa Hats, you’ll be sure to create nights and memories you’ll never forget amongst the people that you love the most! These are just what you need for those Winter Nights! And do you want to know the best part? Whether you own a fleece, faux fur, felt, or a velvet Santa hat, the washing and cleaning methods for all of them are quite similar. Are you relieved to hear that? We know that feeling. What to Know Before Cleaning a Santa Hat?
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Are you surprised? We live on coffee, and now there is all the more reason to love it. Keep your Santa hats, especially if they are made of faux fur, in a vinyl garment bag. And if you are planning to wash the whole hat, there’s nothing like a gentle hand-wash. Let’s see how. The washing techniques to wash white hats are the same as mentioned above in the article, but there is an IMPORTANT point to be taken note of. Any guesses? Whatever the material is, the first thing to always take note of is the fabric care label. It will have specific instructions as to how to clean and wash your hats. Some tags might say ‘dry clean only.’ In that case, listen to the label and do not try to bend the rules. How to Wash Santa Hats?
We’ve promised to help you leave all your Santa hat troubles behind, so we have solutions to this one too! Use a soft damp sponge with a dab of soap or mild detergent and gently work on the stains in a circular motion. Leave it on for about 10 minutes. Step 2: Air Dry the Hat Place coffee grounds in an uncovered container and keep this container alongside the hats in the vinyl bag. The coffee grounds are going to take away all that moldy smell from the Santa hats. Final ThoughtsYou might be thinking, what if we put the tumble dryer in the cold setting. Is that better? NOOOO. It is still bad for the fabric as the repeated rubbing caused by the rotating drums will destroy the hat’s softness. How to Care for Santa Hats? 1. Clean After Each Use By cleaning, we do not mean washing every time. The best way to keep your Santa hats as new is to clean them after each use. It might sound like a tedious task. But is it?