10 Most Affordable Silk
Pieces to Keep Cool in the Heat

10 Most Affordable Silk Pieces
to Keep Cool in the Heat

Here at JNSQ, we provide beautiful pieces made in luxurious fabrics such as mulberry silk. It is the most natural and uniquely made silk, also known as genuine silk, derived from mulberry silkworms, who gets its name from eating only mulberry leaves. The silk production started from China can be traced back to around 3500 B.C. Unlike wild silk which is rough to the senses, mulberry silk is smoother, stronger and more superior that gives a luxurious feeling.

Mulberry silk is the most natural and uniquely made silk, also known as genuine silk, derived from mulberry silkworms, who gets its name from eating only mulberry leaves. Unlike wild silk which is rough to the senses, mulberry silk is smoother, stronger and more superior that gives a luxurious feeling.


We want you to enjoy our mulberry-silk styles for as long as possible.

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Aside from taking it to the dry cleaners here are some hand wash instructions you can do at home:

1.Use cold water with a mild detergent, soaking the garment for less than 5 minutes.

2.Gently massage garment until you remove all dirt and residue then rinse.

3.For a softer touch, use a tiny amount of mild hair/fabric conditioner and rinse.

4.Lay flat to dry in a cool area, away from direct sunlight.

What NOT to do with your silk garments?

Due to its delicate nature, don’t bleach, wring the fabric, iron it on high heat, store in any plastic containers/bags because it leads to yellowing, and don’t leave it out to dry in direct sunlight.

We want you to enjoy our mulberry-silk styles for as long as possible.

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Following these simple care and wash steps will help
your silk garments stay clean and keep its everlasting appeal.

Aside from taking it to the
dry cleaners here are some hand wash
instructions you can do at home:

1.Use cold water with a mild detergent, soaking the garment for less than 5 minutes.

2.Gently massage garment until you remove all dirt and residue then rinse.

3.For a softer touch, use a tiny amount of mild hair/fabric conditioner and rinse.

4.Lay flat to dry in a cool area, away from direct sunlight.

What NOT to do with
your silk garments?

Due to its delicate nature, don’t bleach, wring the fabric, iron it on high heat, store in any plastic containers/bags because it leads to yellowing, and don’t leave it out to dry in direct sunlight.