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Old 08-25-2008, 08:41
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Default Can you starch tulle?

I have a big consignment sale coming up in a couple of weeks and I am concerned that my tutu's are going to be smooshed and wrinkled on the racks. Has anyone ever starched there tutu's to prevent wrinkling and loosing its puff? I know, I am not a domestic Goddess, so ironing and starching are not my forte'.
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Old 08-25-2008, 08:48
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Default Re: Can you starch tulle?

I don't know about starching, but I have squished/tossed my dd's tutu around and it's still quite poofy. Are you planning on hanging the tutus on a hanger? Maybe you could use dry cleaner bags to help protect them.
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Default Re: Can you starch tulle?

another question about caring for tutus. . .do you tell customers how to wash them? If they are knotted and not sewn can they go in on the delicate cycle or should they handwash?? Thanks!
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I always tell my customers to hand wash and hang to dry! I don't know if you could wash them or not, I would be worried that the tulle would get pulled and stretched.
that's what I was thinking too! Thanks!
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