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Tie care.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by johninla, Sep 28, 2006.

  1. johninla

    johninla Senior member

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    I've read that the best way to take care of ties is to roll them. How does one best roll and store a tie?
    Thank you,
    John
     
  2. LARon

    LARon Senior member

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    I drape mine on suit hangers; gravity pulls out the wrinkles.
     
  3. MaximumSushi

    MaximumSushi New Member

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    Take the end of the tie blade and place it between your thumb and palm with the rest of the tie draped over the back of your hand. Simply take the end of the tie and wrap it around your hand until you run out of tie. Pull the rolled tie off of your hand.
     
  4. Ed13

    Ed13 Senior member

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    I don't roll 4 or 7 folds and I don't hang wool or cashmere.
     

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