Caring for Neckties

Our neckties are made from fabric which consists of polyester fibers. Such ties are wrinkle-resistant, water-resistant, quick to dry, and will not shrink.


Gently removed your tie (never unknot your tie by pulling the thin end of the tie through the knot).
Then hang it up or r
oll it up and put in a drawer.
You can also use our packaging to keep your necktie in safe place.


  • Blot the stain with a cloth or napkin as soon as possible. Do not rub the stain as this can embed it into the tie’s fibers.
  • If it’s a water-soluble stain, use seltzer water or club soda to blot the stain.
  • If it’s an oil-based or grease stain, apply talcum powder, foot powder, cornstarch, or baking soda to the tie to absorb the excess oil. Let the powder sit for a few hours before brushing the stain with a cloth.
  • For liquid spills, blot the area with a white paper towel or napkin. Colorful napkins can transfer dye to your tie.
  • Rinse the area with water.
  • Hand wash the necktie.


Our ties are only hand-wash! Never put a tie in the washer.

  • Fill a clean sink, basin, or bucket with cool water and a mild detergent.
  • Gently swirl the tie in the water for a few minutes to allow the soap to penetrate the fabric.
  • Rinse the garment thoroughly by draining your soapy water and replacing it with cool, clean water. Gently immerse your tie in the water.
  • Carefully lift it out of the rinse water and press it between two towels to remove the majority of water.
  • Lay flat to dry.