Inadvertently stacking velvet clothing, it is easy to damage the natural direction of the fluff, and it is difficult to recover. Try to hang it in a closed closet with a hanger during storage to prevent unnecessary dust from accumulating in the fluff.
Do not iron the velvet clothing directly with an iron (unless there is a special velvet ironing board). The outer surface of the velvet is difficult to stand after being overwhelmed by heat, which damages the texture of the entire clothing. It is advisable to use a steam iron to spray steam at a few centimeters between the clothes and gently flatten the clothes together by hand; if the wrinkles are too deep, it is advisable to take them to a professional dry cleaner.
If the velvet is stained, look at the label on the garment first. A part of the velvet can be washed. For those that cannot be washed, you can moisten a clean towel with warm water and scrub it up and down gently until the stain is no longer visible, and then use a paper towel to absorb the water from the scrubbing area. Regarding stubbornness and large-scale stains, perhaps you want to do all the cleaning, but still need to ask for help from the dry cleaners.