11 Household Items You Should Never Clean with Water

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Silk items

Well, silk is a precious material that can only be cleaned with special products and techniques. So, try to hire a professional to help you clean these materials, especially because they should never go in your dryer or be cleaned with water. 

“Using water on silk, whether it’s your curtains or a shirt, can cause water spots and permanent discoloration,” says Turley. “Better leave it to the professionals, like your neighborhood dry cleaner.”

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4 thoughts on “11 Household Items You Should Never Clean with Water”

  1. Thank you SO much for this information!! I’ve been cleaning some things ALL wrong, but now I know!! Just the other day, we had trouble with our stove
    burner not working. But guess what??? I had cleaned it with water!!! No more!

  2. I am a silk dying artist. I use water all the time to clean silk items. The key is total immersion. You are right though that spot cleaning will leave water stains. Silk fibers are just about the strongest out there short of kevlar. I wash silk clothing in the washing machine and dry on delicate cycle. Heavier silk clothing though does better with dry cleaning.

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