How Do You Iron US Navy Service Dress Blue Uniform?
The United States Navy’s Service Dress Blue (SDB) uniform is as famous as the childhood snack of Crackerjacks. As a matter of fact, the SDB is on every Crackerjacks box. This uniform should be kept in top condition and by following a series of steps, it can be accomplished at a minimal cost. Wash the uniform inside out in warm water. This will give you a clean uniform to start the ironing process. This should be accomplished once every three months depending on how often the uniform is worn. Prepare iron and ironing board. Ensure you give yourself enough room. Fill the iron with water and place it on the high (cotton) setting. Place the blouse (upper portion of uniform) inside out lengthwise on top of the uniform. The first part of the uniform to be ironed is the sleeve. After a few strokes of heat are applied, then spray an adequate amount of starch on the sleeve you are ironing. This will give it a clean and crisp look. Repeat the procedure on other sleeve. Divide the rear flap into
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