When it comes to protecting your hair at night, there's nothing like a good quality satin bonnet to help you maintain your style, moisture, and length. At Glow by Daye, we offer a range of bonnets designed to provide the ultimate protection for your hair while you sleep. Knowing how to properly care for and clean your bonnet is essential in ensuring it lasts for a long time. Here are some tips to help you maintain your Glow by Daye satin bonnet.

Option 1: Hand Wash (Preferred for Longevity)

To hand wash your satin bonnet, you will need:

  • A large bowl or sink filled with cold water
  • Mild detergent or gentle soap

Here's how to clean your bonnet:

  1. Mix 1/2 cup of mild or gentle soap/detergent in the large bowl of water.

  2. Submerge your Glow by Daye bonnet in the water and hand wash it.

  3. After thoroughly cleaning the bonnet, gently squeeze out excess water.

  4. Lay the bonnet flat or hang it up to air dry.

Option 2: Machine Wash (Delicate/Gentle Cycle)

If you prefer to machine wash your satin bonnet, here's what you need to do:

  1. Wash on delicate or gentle cycle only in cold water along with mild/gentle detergent.

  2. Air dry only. Lay the bonnet flat or hang it in a clean, dry space.

Additional Tips

  • If washing your bonnet in the machine, make sure to tie the ends of the string together at the end to avoid losing the string through the perimeter of the bonnet.

  • When tightening or releasing the adjustable string, carefully and slowly pull the adjuster.

  • Cleaning your bonnet regularly is important, and we recommend doing it at least every two weeks. If you use heavy hair products often, it's recommended to clean it weekly.

In conclusion, caring for your Glow by Daye satin bonnet is essential in ensuring it lasts for a long time and continues to protect your hair. Whether you choose to hand wash or machine wash it, make sure to use gentle soap or detergent, and air dry it only. By following these tips, you'll be able to enjoy the benefits of your satin bonnet for years to come!


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1 comment

  • Naomi Hernandez: September 15, 2023
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    Would Castile soap be a good one to use?

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