Jan. 13, 2021
As we all know, the fabrics used in the production of high-end ties man are vulnerable (such as silk, printed ties). A little bit, such as ink, coffee, etc., may stain the tie, which can not be cleaned if you are not careful. Even if the stain can be removed, the cleaning process can damage the tie.
If you accidentally stain your tie, you can use a paper towel or handkerchief to suck up the juice on the stains. Don't wipe those stains, it will expand the scope of the stains. Then you can try to wipe with a wet towel to see if it can be removed, and then blow dry with a hair dryer. In order to prevent high temperature from damaging the fabric, the hair dryer should not be too close to the tie.
If the above method is not successful, you can try to wash the tie by hand with clean water. Washing with water may cause necktie shrinkage; do not wash the necktie in the washing machine to avoid necktie deformation. First immerse the stain in water, then rub it lightly with your hands. If you want to use detergent, please make sure it is mild in nature, and try it on the back of the tie (or other places where the tie will not be seen) to see if it will wash off the color of the tie or damage the fabric.
The best way, of course, is to send it to the dry cleaner. The dry cleaner will have a more professional way of handling it.