Product Care Guide

Any piece of product is in need of careful care so that they provide you with a lifetime of beauty. This is our product care guide, designed to let you know how to care for your dibangu products.

Removal and Storage

When removing your tie, untie the knot by reversing the method used to tie it (don't put the small end of your tie through the knot). After removing, hang the tie on a tie rack or coat collar, or roll it up in a tie organizer. Though rolling your ties and placing them in a drawer doesn’t necessarily damage them, in the long term, draping your ties on a tie rack or hanger will better retain its form and reduce wrinkling. Investing in a tie rack will make your tie storing and organizing much easier, and your ties will last longer too.The exception to this rule is square-tipped knit ties. These ties fare better being rolled up loosely and stored. This will ensure that your tie won’t stretch out or lose its shape.

Remove as much of the food with a spoon or blunt knife.
Remove as much of the liquid or oil by drying it with a napkin.
Use a damp napkin to blot (not rub) the stain. Fizzy water works especially well.
Extra special stains require extra special attention. Greasy Stains: Put talcum powder or cornstarch on it and leave for a few hours.

Ink: Allow the ink spot to dry before trying to remove it. Adding water to wet ink causes it to run and become even larger. Once dry, blot the stain with a small amount of rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer and a cloth. Let it dry and repeat until the stain disappears.

Red Wine: Immediately take the tie off and pour a large amount of table salt on the stain to soak it up. Do not rub the salt… simply leave it on the spot. Next, remove the remainder of the stain using the same rubbing alcohol method as with ink.