From time to time your Bowtiful tie will get creased from all those loving times that you wore it. While a creased tie is a great look for some, it won’t float everybody’s boat. A quick iron on a not-so-hot heat should help you out and remove those crinkles and creases.
On occasion you may even get far too excited and spill some soup, jus, or even mustard on your tie. Fear not, this can be easily remedied! Use a damp cloth, maybe a little warm water and a touch of soap and your tie should be as good as new.
While most of our ties (not the silk ones!) have been tested on a delicate wash in the washing machine, and have survived, we recommend only using this as a last resort.
And finally, while it is nice to have a warm neck, especially in the winter months, we don’t recommend tumble drying your tie.