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Pajama Care

The change of bed linen including pajamas they are not a priority; Honestly speaking, almost always when thinking about general clothing care, bedding and pajamas are in the background. The truth is that part of that neglect and due to daily use, these garments are damaged much earlier than they should or at least than expected.

Question of Hygiene and Health

On the other hand, if not the most important, an element that goes far beyond the aesthetic or image aspect should be considered in the care of sheets and clothes for the night rest, specifically that associated with hygiene. Bedding should not only be in good condition but clean and fresh, as well as a good pajamas It must be comfortable, elegant, modern and tasteful, but it must also be well cared for not only to preserve the useful life of the garment, but to guarantee a good night's sleep.

It means that the care of these garments is part of the routines and habits of rest, therefore, it is essential to know a few very good tips to take care of pajamas and prolong their life. Although it may seem something difficult to believe, the gentlemen who like to dress well and have these habits and good customs of detail in their bedroom, are in fact very careful with all their clothes and their preservation.


To start everything starts with the washing, that's right, the key is in the correct choice of the appropriate program to wash the garments, because it is not a matter of throwing everything into the machine, in addition to that it is always the most recommended and read and follow the manufacturer's indications on the label. Buying quality does not mean that you can be neglected, because on the contrary these garments always require greater attention for their proper preservation.

Yes pajamas it is made of cotton, it should not be washed at more than 30 ºC; If it is made of flannel or silk, it must be washed by hand and synthetic textiles should not exceed 60 ºC. likewise, it is very important to read the label pajamas to check if it requires a special wash.

Here are other good practices and tips that should not be overlooked; for example, washing these garments separately or at least not together with other pieces that could spoil it. For example, garments with a zipper can damage pajamas as well as not washing with clothes that can fade and stain the pajamas.

It is an excellent idea to always wash them inside out, so you can prevent the garment from losing color; Therefore, using the right amount of detergent and fabric softener will also influence and is that contrary to what you may think, an excess in the quantities, spoils the pajama fabric, as well as not using a dryer and much better if it is in the shade so that they do not lose color.

Iron Pajamas

Ironing and storing pajama clothes is not only hygienic but neat. Store them well ironed and perfectly folded in a drawer specially designed for pajamas and other Homewear garments. It is a habit of hygiene and health to give yourself a bliss before going to sleep, in addition to helping to conceive sleep much easier, this should be part of the routine of night rest.

It is best to wear these garments only to sleep, although currently with these new fashion trends with this kind of look that transcends the bedroom there are styles even for work from home.

Cold Iron

Definitely cold ironing pajama garments will be the best and in fact the most recommended, these devices should be set on the lowest heat setting possible, and if the iron has a particular fabric setting, that is even better. Moving the iron back and forth can stretch and deform the garment, nor should the iron ever be left to rest anywhere for a long time, to avoid burning the piece.

Wash on Delicate Cycle

It is logical that, with the multitasking lifestyle, most do not have the time or are simply not the type who actually likes to wash any garment by hand. Today most modern washing machines incorporate a "delicate" cycle setting. Some of the machines even have a silk setting specifically for washing silk garments. It is also recommended to machine wash in lukewarm water (30 ℃) and on the gentlest cycle available.

When juicing, minimize spin time. Spinning can be very dangerous for the most delicate fabrics as the forces involved can cut weaker fibers. Some people prefer to use a protective cover to avoid cutting and breaking the delicate fibers, so it is recommended to use a cloth cover that allows the passage of water and keeps the fabric in one piece.

Machine washing tends to be the most practical solution for most, since it is very fast and requires little attention, but in fact, much more care must be taken than in hand washing, since the machine can damage certain fabrics if washing is not treated with care.

The Silk Basics

Bedding also requires care, and more and more users prefer these silk fabrics for bedding. For duvets or pillows that are washable, machine wash is recommended. To keep the shape, they should not be washed too often. They can simply be aired 2 to 3 times a week avoiding exposing the pieces to direct sunlight.

It will always be great to protect in the machine wash with a removable and washable cover. Stains can also be cleaned with warm water and hang dry after cleaning. Now, if deep cleaning is required, use only a professional dry cleaning service.

Caring for Silk Blankets

Of course, it is best to use a professional dry cleaning service for silk blankets since these pieces in this delicate fabric necessarily require avoiding direct contact with water; as well as store in a cool and dry place.

In short, proper care will help these silk pieces really last for years without losing their quality. It is essential to learn how to properly wash silk in the washing machine or by hand, in fact, it is very simple; You just need to take these considerations into account in order to enjoy your silk garments and bedding for a long time.

Lastly, it is also recommended that special detergents be used to properly treat and maintain the silk. There are many good brands of highly specialized silk cleaning agents for these products. Thus it will also be essential not to use bleaching products, to avoid detergents with added enzymes, bleaches and brighteners. A few drops of distilled vinegar can very well dissolve chemical traces such as sweat, soap residues, among others.

Proper care of bedding and pajama garments, guarantee a longer useful life as well as a night rest healthy.