If you do drop food or drink in your kilt you should try to spot clean it using warm water or wool detergent.
You can wash your kilt by yourself. Apply a Tactical Kilt small amount of wool detergent to them, and leave them for about 10-15 minutes. Then fill the tub with cold water. Add a few capfuls of detergent. Fold the kilt according to its wear and then place it in the boiling water for between 30-40 minutes. Use a steam iron with a pressing cloth to gently press every pleat.
A polyviscose Kilt is an excellent alternative if you are looking for a tough-wearing, machine washable kilt. These kilts can be washed in a 40 degree washing machine. It is recommended to use a professional wool detergent. To prevent fabric socket, iron the pleats with a moderate iron setting. You should care for your kilt, no matter if it is wool or polyviscose. You can preserve the pleats by folding your kilt into three pieces, just like you would wear it. Hang it with its loops to ensure that the pleats are free to hang directly.
A kilt provider can be a great investment if you need to transport your kilt to weddings or other events. It is also useful for keeping your items clean.
Dry cleaning is essential for tweed coats. The pure wool can shrink if the wrong substances are used. You should hang it on a sturdy, padded hanger. Wrap it in plastic and place in a dark place where moths cannot reach.
To keep your Ghillie Brogues looking amazing, apply gloss to a small, inconspicuous area. Use a soft cloth to rub the polish off, then let it dry completely. After the polish has dried, buff it with a soft cloth. You can weatherproof your leather brogues to protect them from damage. You can wash the laces separately or replace them.
Use a soft fabric to clean the blade. After rinsing, dry the blade well. This will help to prevent the Sgian Dubh from glistening. Sgian Dubhs can be sharpened with a standard sharpening tool.
Polished Pewter Use a mild detergent or soap with water to clean your polished pewter. Then, wet a soft towel in the solution and then wipe it down on the pewter. Use warm water to rinse and then dry with a soft, sterilized cloth. Use a sterile cloth to apply a small amount of polish.