Cap Care Made Easy: How To Wash Your Hat And Keep It Looking Fresh

Even though caps come in a variety of styles and colors, the struggle remains the same: how to wash them without ruining them.

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Caps serve not only a practical purpose but also a symbolic one since they are a great way to accessorize an outfit and add a touch of style. There is always a hat for each and every occasion.

Washing them, on the other hand, is a bit complicated, and the appropriate machine is not always the best solution, since sometimes it wrinkles them. And we don’t even dare to think about handwashing them as that doesn’t work, not to mention that it is super tiring.

Don’t worry though, we’re not going to leave it dirty, we have a great idea that will make your headwear look great again!

I- Cap washing :

The dishwasher can wash your hat? Who knew?

Here’s how to go about cleaning your cap in a dishwasher:

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-First, check the label attached to your accessory to see if the material can be washed this way

-opt for the protective cage to reduce any risk of creasing

-Place it on the rack

-Pour your detergent into the appropriate container

-Start a short cycle

-Turn on the machine

-Stop the wash and dry

II- Keep in mind :

Having a dishwasher in your home is a real privilege, and without a single doubt, this technique works wonderfully except that everything has limits and for that, you should pay close attention to certain details:

-Avoid the dishwasher if your hat is made of wool or cardboard

-Place the hat as far away from the heat source as possible

-You can wash several hats at the same time

-Never mix them with dirty dishes

-Avoid aggressive and discoloring bleach

-It is better to wash at low temperature

-Dry in fresh air

-Do not use a tumble dryer

We can already tell that you will be satisfied with the result! Just follow the instructions to the letter and you’ll have a shiny, spotless cap.

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Published by
Jack Newman