You will need
- - iron
- - gauze or cotton fabric;
- - water.
In order to put in order desiccated polyester, use an iron with a regulator. Among modern irons are very difficult to find such on which it is impossible to set the desired temperature. But as the old primitive irons almost never go down, it is likely that he has you, and even household uses. Antique iron suitable in this case, but not very comfortable.
Dip the product in a basin of cold water. Give him a little dry. Remember that polyester dries very quickly. The cloth should be slightly damp. If a thing is relatively new, you could be the cloth that it came with. Such patches makes sense to keep because they can conduct experiments without fear of damage to the garment. In this case, you need to experiment a bit with the temperature of the iron. It should be a little higher than the one at which you usually iron the clothes made of synthetic fabrics.
For wrinkled polyester set it to the same temperature as that for silk. In this position, the iron can be completely relaxed without fear that the fabric will melt. However, at this temperature, the folds may not be smooth. Slightly turn the knob. Try to iron the cloth. If not, then iron some inconspicuous place on the product. This can be, for example, the binder, the inner part of the cuff or hem fold-over collar. As a rule, pleats at slightly higher than normal temperature perfectly smooth. Iron through a thin cloth, like gauze.
The need to iron the product can occur and in that case, if you want to look especially elegant. For example, you are going to the ball. Perfectly ironed clothes not only looks good but also creates a mood. No special tricks need not apply. Put the controller in the mode "silk" and iron the product through a layer of gauze.
If still in your possession was an antique iron, and iron have grandma's way. Heat the iron and Try it on scrap and turn it off. It cools very quickly, so the product from synthetics you ironed in time. Ironed it on the front side with a cotton cloth.