Steps to iron your Tuxedo
A great tuxedo can give you great look. Here are the few steps on how to iron your tuxedo that will make your wearing a new one, each time you go out in it. Ensure your tuxedo is clean: Wash it yourself or assist the work to the professionals to handle it. If you decided to wash it by yourself then, be sure to rinse it of properly. Understand the instructions on the
correspondence. Don't iron your tuxedo if it's not washed properly; pressing the stains into the tux will show the marks permanent and spoil your tux. Begin ironing your pants: You can start ironing by turning your pants inside out. So that any damage on the outer surface of the fabric can be avoided if you iron on the interior of your pants. Find out what type of material your pants have then tune the iron settings accordingly. Use a sprayer to humidify your pants. By chance no sprayer available, use a wet cloth and apply it on your pants. Then start ironing the upper layer of the tuxedo pants, start on the waist, and the pockets then move down to each of the legs. Have a notice on the cuffs also. Iron your tuxedo jacket: When you set the accurate temperature for the pants, stay on it for ironing the tuxedos jacket. This is valid if both the pants and the jacket have the same material type. If not, adjust the setting first to low then alter it accordingly to your material type. Place your jacket board front side down on the ironing. You can also even make use of a sprayer or steam; the tux jacket needs a lot of it. Then iron all the parts of the jacket one by one.
Finally your tuxedo shirt: The shirt is the final part and absolutely the least. Start by unbuttoning the shirt and separating the cufflinks. You can also check what type of material the shirt has, whether it is 100% cotton or not and adjust the iron setting accordingly. Spray your shirt and iron it by pressing down on it. Keep in mind to turn it inside out before starting. After ironing the entire parts of the interior, turn it again right side out to check for any pockmark then re-iron it. Check the tie and cummerbund: No matter how fine you do in ironing your tuxedo, everything can be spoiled by an un-ironed bow tie. If you have the normal tie, place it on the ironing board, spray on it and iron it just like what you did with the other parts of the tux. Nothing is dissimilar with the cummerbund. Follow the same steps to make the greatest out of it.
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Published on Jan 17, 2011
Published on Jan 17, 2011
A great tuxedo can give you great look. Here are the few steps on how to iron your tuxedo that will make your wearing a new one, each time y...