To look perfect, you need to monitor the condition of your outerwear. If your raincoat has wrinkles and folds, then this can be easily corrected. Just like a shirt or jacket, a raincoat has its own characteristics and ironing sequence. Here are some tips on how to iron your raincoat to make it look great again.
An hour before the procedure, the raincoat must be moistened or ironed, covering it with a damp cloth. The raincoat is ironed only from the front side, with a warm iron.
Start ironing the coat from the collar, from the ends to the middle. First from the seamy side, and then from the front.
It is necessary to iron the sleeves, starting from the cuffs. Roll the towel into a round roll and place it in the sleeve of your raincoat and iron.
Fold the back in half and iron on each side. Spread out the cloak and carefully strip the resulting line on the back.
Iron the shoulder of the cape separately, stretching it carefully to avoid wrinkling.
On the front, strip off the buttonhole and button plackets. And then the left and right half completely.