Today you will learn how to care for your hijabs, clean them and the best way to store them at Omaya aka @omayazein on Instagram, one of our favorite fashion and lifestyle bloggers who often provides useful content for a healthy, organized, and fun lifestyle routine.
Let’s start with the cleaning step first. You always need to make sure that the loads that you put your hijabs in the washing machine only include other hijabs. Do not throw shirts, dresses, towels, etc., or anything else in the washing machine. Because just all other fabrics that are perhaps a little rougher can make them pill or look more worn than they should. To extend the life cycle of your own hijabs, reserve the washing machine for hijabs only. For cleaning, we recommend using a mild detergent and a little baking soda to remove odors. If you have makeup stains on your hijabs, spray the spots with an OxiClean spray bottle which will stir up wonderfully.
For the dryer machine, make sure you only include hijabs, dry them on a low setting and wait for them to finish. Vhiffon and Goergette hijabs don’t need ironing which is great. Just hang them up and they’re ready to use. Tricot, viscose, etc. usually shrink so you have to iron them. Start in the middle and work your way through to the end.
Be sure to check out Omaya’s tips on how to clean and iron her hijabs, as well as her clever way of organizing and storing her hijabs.
You can also see Hanan Tehailis HERE For more tips and ideas.
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