Washing Instruction Manual

At Anastay Clothing, we take pride in crafting exquisite Indian ethnic wear that blends elegance with comfort. To ensure that your garments retain their beauty and longevity, please follow these wash care instructions:

1. Read the Label: Always refer to the care label attached to your garment for specific washing instructions. Different fabrics and embellishments may require different care methods.

2. Hand Wash or Dry Clean: We recommend hand washing or dry cleaning most of our ethnic wear. Gently hand wash the garments using mild detergent in lukewarm water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or bleach as they can damage the fabric and color.

3. Separate Colors: To prevent color bleeding, wash similar colors together. It's best to wash dark-colored garments separately for the first few washes to avoid any potential color transfer.

4. Delicate Fabrics: Some fabrics like silk, chiffon, and organza require extra care. We recommend using a mild detergent specially formulated for delicate fabrics and washing them separately. Avoid wringing or twisting the fabric as it may cause damage.

5. Embellished Garments: Be cautious while washing garments with intricate embroidery, sequins, or beadwork. It's best to turn the garment inside out before washing to protect the embellishments. Gently hand wash or use the delicate cycle in your washing machine.

6. Drying: After washing, gently squeeze out excess water without wringing and lay the garment flat on a clean towel to dry. Avoid exposing the garments to direct sunlight as it can fade the colors. Never hang heavy garments as it may stretch them out of shape.

7. Ironing: Iron the garments inside out using a low to medium heat setting. Be cautious while ironing delicate fabrics and embellishments. If required, use a pressing cloth or place a thin cotton fabric between the iron and the garment to prevent direct contact.

8. Storage: Store your ethnic wear in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Avoid using plastic bags as they can trap moisture. It's best to hang sarees, lehengas, and delicate outfits on padded hangers to maintain their shape.

9. Professional Care: For heavily embellished or intricate garments, we recommend seeking professional dry cleaning services to ensure their longevity and delicate handling.

10. Regular Inspections: Periodically inspect your garments for loose threads, missing buttons, or any other signs of wear. Address these issues promptly to prevent further damage.

Following these wash care instructions will help you enjoy your Anastay Clothing ethnic wear for years to come, retaining their beauty and quality. If you have any specific queries regarding the care of your garments, please feel free to reach out to our customer support team.