How to Clean Silk Ties

Club ties are a great method to differentiate your club or service from another. This is progressively essential for events.

The most popular material used for club or service ties is silk. This is since it is a high quality, comfortable and glamorous product.

You must beware around food or possible staining materials when you are using silk ties, however, if your tie does enter contact with a lot of dirt; here’s how you can repair it:

Do Not Try To Clean Silk with Water


When coming into contact with a stain is to attempt and clean it off with water, the worst thing you might possibly do.

Silk is a very delicate product and water can harm the fibers. Trying to tidy with water can contribute to the stain what is called a ‘water stain’ which can be quite difficult to eliminate.

When the stain does take place, clean off any excess with a dry cloth and then wait till you can clean the rest appropriately.

For Some Silks, Dry-Cleaning is recommended

Your silk tie might require dry cleaning, so contact the tie provider prior to you try to clean the tie yourself.

Use Rubbing Alcohol on Your Tie

Rubbing alcohol or isopropyl alcohol is useful for non-greasy foods and liquids. But you require to have a hairdryer– or something similar- at hand.

Here’s how to clean your tie with rubbing alcohol:

  1. Moisten a piece of cloth with rubbing alcohol then firmly blot the cloth onto the stain until it is gotten rid of.
  2. Right away dry the stain with a hairdryer.
  3. Repeat this process for more persistent stains.

Baby powder can be utilized to soak up excess grease if the stain is showing to be harder to get rid of.

  1. Blot the stain with a dry cloth up until all excess is removed.
  2. Then, lay a clean and dry towel on a flat surface and put your tie on top.
  3. Now, spray talc over the stain.
  4. Leave overnight
  5. The following morning/day, utilize a clean, dry fabric to eliminate the powder
  6. Repeat the procedure up until it is totally gone if the stain has not been eliminated.