Dying silk

by Suw on

I rather stupidly put 70 quid's worth of silk skirt through the washing machine. It is, to say the least, a shadow of it's previous silky black self. I mean, the dye hasn't washed out completely or anything, but it now has a grey sheen to it that it didn't have before but which makes it look old. I know silk is tricksy stuff. Any tips on restoring it to its former glory?

Anonymous April 5, 2006 at

There is a way, but it costs £70 and a bus fare.

Anonymous April 5, 2006 at

I have bought a silk suit for my sister's wedding, any tips would be useful. I love the fabric, but it is not very sustainable, well not the flimsy silk.
I was hoping to have a chat with you yesterday at the blogging conference, I am a friend of Geoff Jones from Cambridge. I liked your presentation style, you are so confident. Geoff and I met at Toastmasters to improve our public speaking, you can read about it on my blog.
Hope to meet up with you another day.

Anonymous April 6, 2006 at

I'm sorry to have missed you. I had been intending to hang around, but a deadline crept up and bit me whilst I wasn't looking, and I had to leave at lunchtime so that I could get things done on time. Please do feel free to email if you'd like a slightly less public chat!

Anonymous April 12, 2006 at

Dulux matt sheen?

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