Garment Care – MyMONIQ

Garment Care


Take care of your sleepwear and make it last and look beautiful for longer

Washing all our sleepwear garments is an uncomplicated process. See our garment care guide to make your life easier and yourself even prettier.

 

MONIQ garment care guide

If possible, use a net washing bag to protect your MONIQ® Nightdresses. 

Taking care of your sleepwear in more detail:

Satin nightdresses gives elegant look thanks to its beautiful shine and the light weight will be your second skin while you sleep, lounge and relax. 

Satin garment care:

  1. Set the washing machine to gentle, delicate or the setting you use for fine washable fabrics.
  2. Turn on the washing machine. Add laundry detergent and a little bit of fabric softener.
  3. Wash with alike clothing and colours. (Rougher clothes, like denim jeans, can catch on the fabric during the wash cycle, pulling and tearing it)
  4. If possible, place your garment into a net laundry bag. (This ensures it doesn't mix with the other clothing in your load, eliminating most of the risk of tearing)
  5. Remove the garment immediately after the cycle is complete to prevent wrinkles in the fabric. (Wrinkles generally begin to set in when the fabric sits in the machine for a long period of time)
  6. Dry the nightdress on a hanger to prevent wrinkling. Do not dry in a dryer as the satin fabrics can melt at high temperatures. Our garments are made wrinkle-resistant. However, pesky creases can appear and a little extra care will help you restore the fabric to its smooth surface.
  7. Our satin nightdresses dry very quickly.
  8. Once dry, turn the garment inside out so the dull side faces you.
  9. Set the iron to low temperature (usually marked as silk) and iron the garment slowly to gain the smooth look. (Never use a hot iron on a polyester blend fabrics as it will melt and adhere to the iron)
  10. Hang in your wardrobe or wear straight away!

 

Our Silk-Touch viscose nightdresses are not only very soft and comfortable but also have a high moisture absorbency (13%, as opposed to 8% for cotton). Viscose is made from natural components and has many properties that make it ideal for nightwear, including excellent breathability and a softness and drape that not only looks but feels fabulous. It is also a hygienic and antiseptic fabric.

Viscose fabric loses its strength when wet so be careful when washing.

Silk-Touch viscose garment care:

  1. Set the washing machine to gentle, delicate or the setting you use for fine washable fabrics.
  2. Turn on the washing machine. Add a laundry detergent and a little bit of fabric softener.
  3. Wash with alike clothing and colours. (Rougher clothes, like denim jeans, can catch on the fabric during the wash cycle, pulling and tearing it)
  4. If possible, place your garment into a net laundry bag. (This ensures it doesn't mix with other clothing in your load, eliminating most of the risk of tearing)
  5. Remove the garment immediately after the cycle is complete to prevent wrinkles in the fabric. (Wrinkles generally begin to set in when the fabric sits in the machine for a long period of time)
  6. Dry the nightdress on a hanger to prevent wrinkling. Do not dry in a dryer. 
  7. Once dry, turn the garment inside out.
  8. Set the iron to low temperature (usually marked as silk) and iron the garment slowly to gain the smooth look. (Never apply a hot iron to the outer face of a viscose garment - this can burn and melt the fibers in the fabric, creating an unattractive "shine" that can't be removed)
  9. Hang in your wardrobe or wear straight away!

 

By being a little more careful in the way you clean, handle, and store your sleepwear, you can get months and even years of extra wear out of each piece.

 

Tip: 

We all have a favourite sleepwear that is snatched out of the washing machine as soon as it's clean, but alternating your nightwear means less wear and tear.