How to iron tulle?

Tulle is often used to decorate a room. Many place it on the windows, and some - above the baby cribs and over their own, creating a kind of composition from the fabric. Entering the room, it is clear that it is tulle - this is what we see in the first place, so it is natural that the tulle fabric should not just be beautiful and bright, but first and foremost clean and well-ironed.

The sewing of tulle can be made from various fabrics, for example, silk, cotton, viscose or polyester, so when ironing such beauty it is necessary to take into account, first of all, the properties of the material from which it is made. Usually on the product there is a label from the manufacturer, by which you can understand at what temperature and in what way it is recommended to iron the product. In general, every hostess should understand that ironing can be not only possible, but it is desirable to avoid it, for this, after washing, you do not need to do a good spin of the fabric with a centrifuge, but simply

raise the tulle or put it in a sink and allow excess water to drain.

After the water stops flowing down the fabric, the tulle can be hung for complete drying on a rope, or it can be placed in its immediate place( above the window).In this case, it is important to straighten each part of the fabric, so that there is no clumping of the material.

Remains of water from the tulle will drip onto the floor, under them you can lay a fabric or put a basin, and the tulle will gradually begin to sag naturally during the drying process and take a completely flat appearance, while the appearance of the product from the ironed version will not differ.

Many housewives today are engaged in ironing tulle without using an iron. Fabric in a peppery form is placed in the right place and with the help of the steam generator straighten all kinds of areas. This method is very convenient, fast and quite rational.

If you still decided to iron the tulle with an iron, then first you need to heat the iron to the maximum allowed temperature. The required temperature is usually set on the thermoregulator and checked for its conformity on the reverse side of the product from the wrong side, in a place where, if the fabric begins to melt, it will not be noticeable.

You can iron cotton or viscose cloth with additional moistening or with the steam function. The ironing product is placed up on the wrong side.

The silk product or polyester is polished from any side without additional moistening, while a blank sheet of paper is placed on top of the material. This kind of tulle is desirable to iron, not allowing it to dry completely, that is, when it is still wet.