Mulmul n. (Textiles) a type of thin, soft, fine muslin, esp that woven in India.
So you've finally got your hands on one of the softest fabrics in the world, now its your responsibility to give it all the love!
Here are some recommendations for handling your mulmuls:
1. Hand-wash your Muls
Hand-wash your Mulmul Kurtas with cold water. Be gentle on the use of detergents.
(Ps: Cold water also helps save the environment)
2. Air-Dry them!
Hang your Mulmuls to dry naturally. You can also tumble dry on low, but make sure to remove the item from the dryer before it’s completely dry.
3. Do not iron on the Glass Nylon Trimmings
Be extra careful with the glass nylon trimmings (usually on the sleeves and hem) as the soft, translucent fabric tends to tear when exposed to high heat.
4. Love them!
Show lots of love to your Mulmuls and always wear them with a smile!
I purchased my first mulmul about a month ago….and couldn’t stop myself from buying a second one …..have fallen in love with it….they are gorgeous….love love love
I am extremely happy with Mulmul designs, I love wearing Mulmul salvar kameez, I am a yoga consultant and I conduct regular television shows, I am not bothered about what I am wearing in Mulmul suits, I feel confident. The fabric is very comfortable and stiching is perfect! Also I am very happy with the service and the way you guys attend your customers.