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Tips and tricks for your neck tie




By Olivia Andrews

If you have got into the habit of wearing a neck tie on a regular basis then you shall notice that somehow it seems to "wear off" a little bit. It may be due to improper care or things that are beyond your reach for example, getting food or beverages spilled upon your favorite tie.

Tips to properly untie your necktie
Being a beginner when you had learned to tie a neck tie and you have got that first knot done right you may never have thought about untying the tie at the end of the day. You may probably prefer to make the loop large enough to pull your head out and hang the tied tie on a clothes hanger or over the back of the chair.

However, it is the most damaging thing to do with your neck tie. Rather you should properly untie your tie. If you pay a little attention and perform the opposite steps that you followed to tie the tie you shall definitely save your favorite tie and the money to spend on new ties each couple of days.

It also happens that when you untie your tie which is made up of thick and heavy silk shall have wrinkles that look very worn and used. To get rid of such problem you should wrap the tie around your hand and put it into a table or drawer and let it rest for a while. Follow the steps given below:

1. Hold the narrow end of your tie with your thumb while letting the wide end hang down to the floor.

2. Wrap the wide end around your hand several times.

3. Take the wrapped up tie and place it on a flat surface.

In order to treat tie stains that sometimes permanently ruin your tie, applying stain removers shall make things worse. For this, you should take your favorite silk tie to the dry cleaner and ask for help.
 
 
About the Author
Olivia Andrews, writing for Tying Neck Tie is a freelance journalist and has written many reviews on subjects such as finance, education, health, entertainment, music, gifts, crafts, travel, apparels and mobile phones

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