Dip your suit in and out of a bowl of cold water with Persil Silk & Wool until it’s suitably cleaned and gently rub at any areas where there are marks.
Then, rinse it off with cold water and leave it to air dry naturally.
If you’d rather machine wash, put your suit into a mesh bag after turning it inside out.
Can you wash a blazer in the washing machine?
The short answer is — yes. But you need to follow these instructions. You should turn your suit jacket inside out and put it in a mesh bag. Depending on your washing machine you should find the gentlest washing option and make sure that the temperature is set on cold.
How do you wash a blazer jacket?
Gently Hand-Wash Your Coat
Garments made from silk, cotton, and wool can all be hand-washed in cool water using a very (very) mild detergent without a problem. Make sure to dry with a clean towel, and let hang to dry so the piece doesn’t lose its shape.
What happens if you wash a blazer?
Wool blazers often have “dry clean only” written on their labels, but washing them professionally and often can prove expensive. Do not machine wash or use water, as it can damage the blazer permanently.
How often should you wash a blazer?
The fabric of your coat or jacket is one of the key factors in deciding how frequently it needs to be cleaned.
- Down jackets, leather jackets and wool coats: Once a season, if worn sporadically; twice a season, if worn regularly.
- Suit jackets and blazers: After four to five wears.