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Care

Care Instructions via FROCK Los Angeles

There are many ways to care for your FROCK garment, here are some of our commonly used options and how to go about taking the best care of your piece so that it lasts for lifetimes. 

 

For Our Jersey Dresses

Spot Clean (Colors Only)

Spot cleaning is only recommended on colored styles. Wet the stained area with water, then with a mild soap, rub a little bit into the wet spot. A clean toothbrush also works to help scrub out tough stains. Rinse out, wring gently and lay out clothing flat or drape over a hanger (do not hang on the hanger properly). Another option is toput it in the dryer as your normally would (tumble dry low). 

 

Whole Dress Clean 

Option 1 (light-moderate clean): Dry Clean Sheets such as 15 minute Dry Cleaner by Bounce on cool, gentle cycle in dryer or Dryell. 

Option 2 (thorough clean): Machine wash on cold with like colors. Use a mild detergent. Tumble dry low.

Option 3: (usiung a dry-cleaner) We suggest a professional "wash & fold" as opposed to a dry clean. It's greener and does not leave chemicals in your clothing. It's also a more economical alternative to dry cleasning (which is unecessary for our jersey pieces). 

 

For Our Bandage Dresses

Spot Clean

When there's just a little spot that needs to be cleaned, wet the stained area with water. Then with a very mild soap, like face soap, rub a little bit into the wet spot. Do not wring or scrub. Rinse out. Lay out clothing flat and let air-dry. 

 

Whole Dress Clean

Option 1 (light-moderate clean): Dry Clean Sheets such as 15 minute Dry Cleaner by Bounce on cool, gentle cycle in dryer or Dryell. 

Option 2 (thorough clean): Mix cold or room temperature water with a light soap like face soap or hand soap. Dip the entire garment into this. DO NOT SCRUB. Rub with your fingers (LIGHTLY) over the stained parts. After doing this, dip it a few times into the bath and finally rinse in cold water. Press the dress with your palms to get rid of excess water. To dry. take some plastic bags and fit this on the inside of the dress, like the plastic bags are wearing the dress. Dry the garment in an open space with fresh air. If it's placed in a closed space, the the garment can get moldy. Flip the dress every now and then so it's not always resting on one side. It will take a long time to dry. Do not stretch or wring it while it is drying. 

Option 3: Dry-cleaner. Make sure that the dry-cleaner you go to has previous experience with bandage dresses. Bandage dresses are made of a rayon, nylon and spandex blend. Certain rayon can have low wet strength. This means that when clothing is wet, it should not be wrung or stretched extensively, as it can ruin the fibers. Stains can also become permanent if it is treated with high heat. A green dry cleaner is preferred. 

 


 

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