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Once it is completely dry, rayon will wrinkle a lot. So, it's best to iron it when it's still slightly damp.
Do not use the iron on a very high setting, it will burn the cellulose fibers.
Using a pressing cloth will also help quicken the process. Rayon clothes should be ironed from the inside. This helps reduce the excess shine.
Rayon fabric is very easy to dye, and it also holds colors really well. You can use fiber-reactive dyes to dye rayon. You will get a nice vibrant, permanent color. You don't even need to use hot water, as these work really well in cold water.
Rayon, being a cellulose fabric, can get easily damaged by bleach or acid. Using chlorine bleach will reduce the lifespan of the fabric. To remove stains or whiten the fabric, you can use bleach, but in an extremely diluted form.
It is very important to consider all these factors when buying rayon fabric. Not everybody may be comfortable with spending so much time and energy for its care. Even the cost of regular dry cleaning may be heavy on the pocket for some.
The best way to use rayon fabric without too much fuss about its care is using rayon blends. Rayon combines well with most other fabrics like cotton, polyester, and wool. You can opt from different blends, depending upon your convenience.
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