After having enjoyed an unforgettable moment with your guests, you may want to wash, dry, and store your covers to use next time.

Follow these easy instructions to maintain and get the most out of your covers:

Machine Wash Cold

Delicate fabrics and dark, colorful fabrics actually do best in cold water. Also, cold-water washing means clothing is less likely to shrink or fade and ruin clothes.

Gentle Soap

Traditional detergents typically use harsh surfactants in order to remove all the grime from our clothes. And while those heavy-duty formulas can lift grease stains galore, a lot of those ingredients make clothes last less in the long run.

Delicate Cycle

Opt for the shortest possible cycle to get the job done; the less time garments spend being spun around in the wash, the longer they'll last. The delicate cycle is a slow/slow cycle. This refers to the speed and force at which clothes are agitated in the wash and spin cycles.

Air Dry

Air-drying clothes uses less energy, which saves money and makes less of an impact on the environment. It also prevents static cling on fabrics and extends the lifetime of clothing by reducing wear and tear in the dryer.