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With the proper care your Sam Hober necktie should last for many years.
There is no easy way to clean a necktie but the best way is to dry clean it at a reliable dry cleaning establishment, one that has extensive experience with fine neckties. Be sure to remind them not to press the tie.
As a general rule you should not iron your tie as the edges have a soft finish and ironing will flatten the edges of your tie.
Our lined ties use pure wool interlinings which help the tie resist wrinkles and drape beautifully. You can store your ties by hanging them up or rolling them. When rolling your tie take care to not damage the tie’s tip and when hanging a tie rotate the position of the tie to avoid creases.
We do not suggest that you steam your tie as steamers have been known to occasionally “spit” water which can cause water spots. If you need to steam your tie for difficult creases or wrinkles try steaming it from the back.