Among the chores that most hated by all women is ironing. It is among the most complicated especially if you are struggling with the shirts, which, as we well know, they need to follow a well-defined process to obtain a good result. The situation becomes more complicated if it is a satin shirt, much more delicate and, at the same time, easy to crease immediately after stretch. In this guide we will cover how this type of stretch fabric. Read the guide to know how to proceed.

To ensure a good result you have to start on the right foot already by simple washing. After running the washing of the shirt to low temperature with gentle cycle, allow to dry in the shade, indoors or outdoors provided there is adequate ventilation. Do not let it dry in direct sunlight. Once it is wet, you can proceed with the ironing. Attention to adjust the temperature. In all irons indicates the temperature when ironing silk. If your model was not given an indication, put it to a minimum.


In general, the shirts of satin (and all the garments of the same fabric), are stretched from the inner side to prevent the fabric from being damaged. In contrast, you can protect the part that you are going to iron with a square of cloth clean and white (or a paper towel strictly white) to be placed between the fabric and the hot plate to avoid direct contact. If the fabric is already completely dry, iron it before vaporized a bit ‘with a spray bottle. At this point you can proceed with the normal ironing. Games before the collar and then proceed with the cuffs. Continue with the back of the shirt, starting from under the neck and progressing up to the lower part.

Very gently placed on the ironing board the first half part of the shirt in front of the part, and then proceed with the back. Finally it’s up to the sleeves. Place each one perfectly on the work surface or ad operate directly with the axis small for their long-sleeved shirts, At this point you can take a coat hanger and hang the shirt directly in ‘closet, but only after waiting a few minutes to allow the fabric to cool completely. It is preferable to hang satin fabrics rather than fold since the folds are not easily removed.