Polyester can be safely dry-cleaned or machine-washed.
Turn polyester-knit garments inside out before washing to prevent snags.
Machine-wash polyester in warm water, using an all-purpose detergent.
Use a chlorine bleach if necessary.
How do you clean polyester fiber?
To use water or a solvent to clean polyester fiber, put it in a spray bottle and spray the spots you want to clean. Let it sit for 30 seconds and then gently rub it into the upholstery with a clean cloth. If the polyester fiber feels stiff after it dries, rub it with a scrub brush or sponge to soften the fabric.
What setting do you wash polyester on?
To wash polyester, start by turning the garment inside out. Then, wash it on your machine’s permanent press cycle using warm water, since cold water doesn’t effectively remove stains from polyester. Finally, dry your garment on low heat in a dryer or allow it to air dry.
How do you wash a polyester jacket in the washing machine?
Machine wash polyester jackets with Signature Detergent on the normal cycle with warm or cool water. Wash with like colors and fabrics only. To maintain whiteness and brightness, we recommend adding a capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative to each load in the wash cycle.
Can I hand wash polyester?
Hand wash particularly delicate items: You can often hand wash polyester, cotton, linen, cashmere, nylon, and acrylic clothing with “dry clean” on the tag. Fill a sink with mild detergent dissolved in cold water. Agitate the garment with your hands, allow it to soak for several minutes, and rinse it with cold water.