Every bride's nightmare is getting a stain on your wedding dress. Unfortunately, you will not be the first bride this has happened to, and it is therefore better to be prepared. Accidents can happen: Your little niece drops her red lollipop exactly on your beautiful train, you try to update your makeup and accidentally drop your mascara, or someone bumps into you with a drink. All of these scenarios and many more could happen. Of course, you can try all your grandmother's legendary remedies, but I think there is a better solution for you. Bride & Shine is a handy bottle that you can fit inside your bag and it can help remove almost all stains from your wedding dress. Spray Bride & Shine on the dress, rub with a white cloth from the outside to the inside of the stain and the stain is gone. It is therefore a must have in your Wedding Day Emergency Kit. Just imagine how angry you will be when something happens and you have forgotten to purchase this bottle!
To use Bride & Shine, the dress must be made of a synthetic fabric. Approximately 90% of all wedding dresses that you see in the popular bridal stores are made of this so probably yours too. If you have a one-of-a-kind wedding dress made by a designer or you have chosen an expensive wedding dress from a couture designer, chances are that the dress is made of silk. Removing stains with Bride & Shine or with water is not an option in this case. On the label of the wedding dress you can read from which material the dress is made off.
If you cannot remove the stain with Bride & Shine, please remember the following tips when removing a stain:
Dab or rub
In principle, it is always better to dab stains on your dress. Rubbing almost certainly makes the stain bigger.
Do it now!
It is important to take care of a stain as quickly as possible, because the longer you wait, the harder it will be to remove it.
For white and ivory-colored wedding dresses, camouflage is often better than treating a stain. With talcum powder you can make small spots almost invisible and it is therefore handy to have a bottle at hand on your wedding day.
Hopefully nothing happens but just in case make sure you carry your Bride & Shin