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When receiving your veil, unfold it carefully and hang it from the centre of the comb by cutting the comb on a hanger, using the couture tape l-t. For long dropouts, keep the veil flat or draped over a hanger with as few creases as possible.If your wedding is fast approaching (less than a month or two) keep the veil hanging so that the folds and wrinkles of shipping can fall off the material. The more it hangs, the more wrinkles will naturally fall. We suggest you protect your sail from dust by placing it inside a clothing protection bag from our store, or gently covering it with a cotton leaf (you will need to cut a small hole in the center for the hanger to come through).
The sails can be steamed with a steamboat at home or by a professional (make sure to warn against any embellishments- these will be well- they just need a little extra care by letting the veil completely cool down before shaking or moving too). Or you may even want to hang your veil in the bathroom while running a hot steamy shower. Steam is the best way to eliminate wrinkles and soften the veil.
Allow the veil to cool completely before moving. Although the sail equipment can be ironed on a very low setting - we do not recommend this if the iron is too hot, it will melt the material at first contact. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please feel free to send us a note.
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