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Can I Wash Acetate?

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Different fabrics need to be cared for in different ways. Some fabrics can be washed at home while others need special treatment. In order wash garments that are made of acetate you should hand wash it in warm water with mild suds. Acetate should not be twisted or wrung out. Most acetate garments of clothing should be taken to a dry cleaner though. Acrylic garments can be washed in a washing machine using warm water and dried at a low temperature.
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1. Load the acetate fabrics into your washing machine along with the detergent appropriate to your load weight. 2. Turn the machine to the synthetics program which is between 86 and
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Use vinegar. Vinegar is acetic acid dilute and impure so it will do the trick safely and cheaply. You may find white vinegar is more acceptable in appearance.
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Fibers in garments each react differently when treated with stain removal products and during laundering. Always read hang tags and labels before attempting to remove a stain. Acetate
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Wow! you must be very smart to ask question like this. The purpose of the acetic acid rinse is to neutralize any sodium hydroxide. . Source(s) http://www2.ups.edu/courses/organiccheml
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