Find care for specific items below!
- Use a fine tooth comb to straighten fringe
- It's best to store them by hanging them to keep the fringe from "molding" into a different position
- If combing the fringe doesn't straighten the strands, (very) lightly mist with water, re-comb into desired shape, then let them sit still until dry.
- If the wall hanging has combed out tassels, use a fine-tooth comb to lightly brush into place
- After unpacking and hanging, use your fingers to lightly re-organize into their hanging places. You can also lightly shake the wall hanging to help settle the strands.
- These can hang from either a nail or a command strip. They're not usually too heavy, so it's pretty flexible.
- Wreaths are pretty simple. If your wreath arrives and the fringe looks a little "smooshed," you can use a comb to re-fluff it.
- Wreaths work best either hanging from a nail by the inner circle, poking a nail into one of the looser knots, or by attaching a string to the wreath and hanging the string from a fixture.