Here are the following steps to remove wrinkles out of silk blouse
1.Turn the blouse inside out. Iron your blouse while it’s still damp after washing your hands, or use a water spray to lightly mist and evenly moisten the silk. Avoid using the hot steam from the iron to moisten the silk, which could cause stains or marks on the garment.
2.Use an iron with a steam option, which is essential for removing creases from the silk. Select the silk setting for heat and the highest setting for steam. If no tang setting is specified, use the lowest temperature setting on the iron.
3.Place the blouse face down on the ironing board and place a press cloth between the silk and the iron to avoid staining, smearing, or burning the fabric. A thin cotton tea towel, handkerchief, or pillowcase can also be used in place of a press cloth, just make sure they are perfectly clean.
4.Press the iron onto the crumpled area and remove it, allowing the area to cool before moving on to the next area. Do not leave the iron in one place for too long to avoid burning. Avoid moving the iron back and forth, as the floss may stretch and lose its shape.
5.Let the garment cool completely after ironing it before removing it from the ironing board. Clothing that is removed before it is completely cooled can easily lead to more wrinkles. Gently shake the garment after pressing and cooling it to help remove any remaining wrinkles.
6.Hang your blouse on a padded hanger in your closet when not in use to help maintain its shape and keep it wrinkle-free.