How to Care for Your Kilt

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Method 1 – Use wet wipes for cleaning

The first most common way to clean a kilt is to use wet wipes. If anything spills on your kilt, use a damp cloth to clean the stain. Try to do it when the stain is fresh.
If a damp cloth is not available, you can also clean the stain with a clean, damp, lint-free cloth. Do not rub the stain on it, just try to remove it.

Method 2 – Use pure wax

Many cleaning products are available on the market. Wax or a modern kilt tool can be used to clean the skin.

Method 3 – Dry Your Kilt – The Ultimate Resort!

Do not cool dry cleaning unless necessary. If you opt for a dry cleaner’s, then you will always want a person with previous experience with cold cleaning. Also ask the dry cleaner to just clean your kilt and not run. Because the treatment plant can wrinkle the damage.

How can you save your kilt?

Here are some steps you can take to store your kilt properly to keep it fresh for a long time.
First, make sure there is enough air when storing it in the cabinet. A decent space between the fabric is ideal
Before storing, make sure your master’s kilt is completely dry. If it is not dry, spray it in sunlight or use the dryer to dry completely before transferring it to the cabinet.

If your kilt is stored for a long time, you will need to use a kilt hanger. There are two hooks on the kilt hanger to keep your farms straight; this will keep your kilt in its original position for a long time.
You can also use the kilt cover to store the kilt for an extended period of time. You can also roll up this cover and wear a Utility Kilt on the go. And it is done!

Tartan Aka Wol Kilt:

These are kilts that are normally made of 100% fleece or acrylic fleece. They are subjected to extraordinary care in order to retain their shape and color for a long time. Warming up during cleaning is a BIG NO!

If there is a hard stain on your kilt, you can first clean it with baby wipes. You don’t have to apply the stain, because wiping your baby will help you easily remove the stain. And if you don’t use baby wipes, you can also use a reliable cloth, make sure it doesn’t leave fibers, and then use warm water to remove stains. In some cases, you can also use a surface cleaner; However, make sure that your cleaner does not contain any enzyme and use it inside the kilt before applying it to the visible area.

Because it can damage the tartan.
If something leaks on your kilt, such as coffee, tea or beer, clean it as it will leave a large stain that is difficult to care for.
If you outsource cleaning work, make sure your cleaner has enough experience with kilts. We recommend our customers to send kilts to the treatment plant only once a year.