Viscose fibres wrinkle every time they are washed. The warmer the wash, the more the fibres become wrinkled. The surface becomes coarser and the silky smooth surface is no longer what it once was. Viscose items should therefore be ironed after every wash. Turn it inside out and iron with a damp cloth between the material and the iron. The fibres will retain their original shape and length if the maximum temperature indicated is not exceed and if they are not put in a dryer.
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