When your garment requires cleaning, be sure to follow the directions on the contents label on the inside of the garment to make sure your product stays as good as new, for as long as possible. A well looked-after IKAZZ garment will be sure to stand the test of time.
· How Do I Clean My IKAZZ Puffer Coats?
- Please check the care label first to determine if the puffer coat is machine washable or requires professional dry cleaning.
- Use a gentle, low-temperature cycle with a mild detergent in a separate washing machine load if machine washable.
- Zip up the jacket and close all fastenings to avoid damage, and consider using a laundry bag for extra protection.
- Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners as they can damage the puffer coat's fabric.
- It is advisable to air dry. Lay it flat on a drying rack or hang it on wide-shoulder hangers.
- If using a dryer, select the lowest temperature setting and use a tumble dryer cautiously.
- After the puffer coat is completely dry, gently fluff it to restore its loft.
· How to Store Your Puffer Coats?
- Ensure all stains, dirt, or odors are removed from the puffer coat to keep it clean before storing.
- Make sure all pockets are empty to avoid uneven weight distribution that could affect the coat's shape. Zip up all zippers, buttons, and fastenings to help maintain the coat's shape and prevent wrinkles.
- Avoid using sealed plastic containers or garment bags for storage to prevent moisture buildup and mold. Hanging the coat on a sturdy, wide hanger helps maintain its shape.
- Store the puffer coat in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
- Puffer coats are generally unsuitable for ironing because an iron's heat can damage the synthetic insulation and outer fabric.
FAUX FUR HOOD
· How to Clean and Storage the Faux Fur on the Puffer Jacket Hood?
- Gently brush off any dust and lint on the hood's faux fur trim using a soft-bristle brush.
- For stains, lightly wipe the faux fur surface with a damp cloth using clean water to remove the dirt.
- Use a clean, soft cloth to blot away excess moisture and allow the hood to air dry before wearing it again.
- If you encounter any impurities or clumps in the faux fur, gently comb or brush the fur on the hood to remove them.
- Avoid excessive rubbing or pulling on the faux fur to prevent damage.
· How to Store My Faux Fur Hood?
- Before storing, you can wrap the hood in a plastic hood cover to protect it from dust and moisture.
- Insert a plastic hanger into the hood to help maintain its shape.
- Store it in a cool, well-ventilated area, away from high temperatures and humidity.
- Avoid compressing the hood during storage to minimize matting and deformation of the fur.
· How Do I Clean My IKAZZ Wool Coats?
- Before cleaning, it is advisable to check the garment label. For most wool coats, dry cleaning is recommended.
- Use a gentle wool detergent, avoiding harsh detergents and fabric softeners.
- Zip up the coat and fasten all buttons/hooks before cleaning, or use a laundry bag for added protection.
- If your coat has minor stains or spots, try spot cleaning first:
1. Use a mild detergent or diluted wool-specific cleaner.
2. Apply the solution to a clean cloth or sponge and gently blot the stain.
3. Avoid rubbing to prevent damage to the wool fibers.
- The best way to dry a wool coat is air drying. Hang it in a well-ventilated area, avoiding prolonged hanging of wet wool coats to prevent stretching and deformation.
- Avoid using direct heat sources like radiators or heaters for drying, as excessive heat can cause wool fibers to shrink or deform.
· How to Store Your Wool Coats?
- It is recommended to store wool coats in a cool, dry place. Away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, and moisture, as these can damage wool fibers.
- Maintain airflow and avoid using non-breathable plastic bags to prevent the development of musty odors.
- Please read the clothing label first. Wool coats should not be ironed frequently, as excessive heat can damage wool fibers.
- If your wool coat has stubborn wrinkles, you can use a pressing cloth to protect the fabric. Place a clean, damp cloth or pressing cloth over the wrinkled area and use a cool iron (set to wool or low-heat) to press. Avoid direct contact between the iron and the coat.
· How Do I Clean My IKAZZ Softshell Jackets?
- Before washing, please be sure to check the care label on your IKAZZ softshell jacket. It is recommended to use cold water for a gentle machine wash.
- Zip up the jacket and fasten all buttons/hooks, then turn the jacket inside out to protect the outer shell.
- Use a mild detergent. If needed, use only non-chlorine bleach.
- IKAZZ softshell jackets can be washed together with garments of similar colors. You can use a laundry bag for additional protection.
- If your softshell jacket has minor stains or spots, please attempt spot cleaning first: gently wipe the stained area with a damp cloth and mild cleanser, then rinse with clean water.
- The best way to dry a softshell jacket is by air-drying, which helps prevent damage to the fabric or loss of its waterproof properties.
- Avoid using direct heat sources like radiators, heaters, or tumble dryers, as excessive heat can harm the fabric and insulation.
· How to Store Your Softshell Jackets?
- It is advisable to store in a cool, dry place, away from direct heat or sunlight.
- It is recommended to hang your softshell jacket on a wide, padded hanger to maintain its shape. Alternatively, you can fold it and store it in a breathable garment bag or wardrobe to prevent odors and mold.
- Please check the clothing label first. Many softshell jackets do not require ironing, as heat can damage the fabric and insulation.
- If ironing is necessary, place a cloth over the softshell jacket during ironing to prevent fabric damage.
- Do not iron the inner lining.
STAIN REMOVAL GUIDES
· Beverages: Coffee, Tea
1. Immediately blot the stain with a clean paper towel or cloth. Avoid rubbing, as it can drive the stain deeper into the fabric.
2. Rinse the back of the fabric with cold water.
3. Pre-treat with a stain stick, liquid detergent, or baking soda and water paste.
4. Wash in cold water with mild detergent and air dry in sunlight.
1. Sprinkle cornstarch or talcum powder on the grease stain and let it sit for 15-30 minutes to absorb the grease.
2. Pre-treat with dishwashing liquid or a degreaser before washing for stubborn grease stains.
· Blood Stains
1. Rinse the stained area with cold water as soon as possible to prevent blood from setting in the fabric.
2. If the stain persists, create a paste with cold water and salt or baking soda, apply it to the stain, let it sit for 15-30 minutes, and then rinse.
1. Gently scrape off excess makeup with a dull knife or spoon.
2. Apply a small amount of makeup remover or rubbing alcohol to a clean cloth or cotton ball, and blot the stain from the outside in. Do not rub vigorously.
3. If the stain remains, apply a mixture of mild liquid detergent and water to the stain, gently rub it in, and rinse with cold water.