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Last Updated Wednesday September 20 2017 01:19 PM IST

7 tips to keep your Kancheepuram saree as good as new

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A Kancheepuram saree is undoubtedly any women's pride. These delicate silk sarees are crafted by adept weavers from Kancheepuram village in Tamil Nadu. Adorn a special Kancheepuram silk and any girl would be no less than a diva. But have you ever wondered how to preserve your costliest and delicate weaves.

Onmanorama tells you essential tips to take care of your precious drape. Remember, just like protecting your jewelry, it is also essential to take care of your saree.

Keep in mind the following tips:

» Do not keep your saree folded in the wardrobe for long. Always ensure that you refold the saree every month to avoid tear.

» Wrap and cover silk sarees with zari in a soft white cotton cloth.

» It is not essential to wash your saree if you have worn it only once. You may air out your saree in mild sunlight.

» Wash the body and the pallu of sarees separately in mild shampoo.

» Never attempt to iron your saree on your own. It as always better to get it ironed by an expert.

» Fold the zari part inwards while storing so that it does not loose its sheen over time.

» Make sure to use naphthalene balls in your wardrobe to keep insects and cockroaches away.

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