What it is:
Plain Bonnet with free size, made from comfortable and durable satin
What it does:
Satin hair bonnet is a staple for protecting your hair at night especially if you are trying to preserve your natural hairstyle. the satin lining helps reduce friction and damage while you are tossing and turning in your sleep.
Who it’s for:
Those who need reduce friction and damage during sleeping and also need hair safe from harm, breakage.
Color treated, keratin treated, chemically treated and curly hair.
Laundry instruction for bonnet
It’s best to wash your satin bonnet once per week to get rid of perspiration, oil, dead skin, and bacteria. Proper cleanliness will help keep your scalp clear and your bonnet gleaming.
You don’t need to dry clean your satin products, they’re completely washer safe. But we do recommend following these instructions for best care.
– Washing: Use a mild detergent made for delicate fabrics that doesn’t contain bleach.
Be sure to use the delicate cycle or most gentle cycle setting on your washer. Use cool water. The cooler, the better. Warmer water will break down your bonnet threading over time.
– Ironing: If you lay your Bless bonnet flat to dry, they shouldn’t wrinkle. But if they dry a little ruffled, iron them out using the “silk” setting on your iron. Or you can use the steam option on your iron to steam out any wrinkles. Ironing is completely optional, but satin does look its best when it’s smooth!
– Removing stains: If your Bless bonnet gets a stain, treat it as soon as possible. Soak in COLD water and dab the stain with a mild detergent. Never let a stain set if you can help it.