How to Get Wrinkles out of Velvet?

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The easiest way to get wrinkles out of velvet is to use a water--then--dry technique. Simply place your velvet on a hard surface, outside down so the reverse or back side of the velvet is presented to you. Then, spray down well with water and push the water into all areas of the velvet with your hand. Then, let dry! Do not place a book or anything heavy over the velvet.
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How to Get Wrinkles Out of Velvet
Velvet is a luxurious fabric that needs extra care to keep it looking beautiful. When velvet is woven, extra fibers are added to the weave. They are then clipped, which creates velvet’s texture and height, called “pile.” Never iron... More »
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To remove wrinkles from velvet, try hanging the velvet item on the inside of your bathroom door before you take your daily, hot shower. The steam from the shower will cause the velvet to release the wrinkles.
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