The most utilized fabric in formal attire is quite possibly the most unpredictable and finicky of all fabrics--tulle. With its twofold nature--both airy and elegant--tulle is used to thicken, screen and flare. It is a gauze-like fabric often used as a veil for brides and a tutu for ballerinas. If you've ever been near a bride or ballerina’s dressing room, you’ll know that a steamer is always nearby, because steam is the only thing that can get keep tulle wrinkle-free.
Steam the Wrinkles Out
Hang your garment on your steamer's hanger pole. If your steamer doesn't have a hanger pole, hang your garment on a closet door or anywhere available that allows you to steam your garment.
Pour water into the steaming appliance.
Wait approximately 5 to 10 minutes for the water to start evaporating inside the appliance, and steam out the wrinkles with the nozzle apparatus.
Pop your Garment in the Dryer
Spritz or splash your garment moderately with water.
Turn your dryer dial on low heat for approximately 3 to 5 minutes and throw your garment in the dryer.
Hang your garment in an open space after no more than 5 minutes in the dryer. As it cools, the wrinkles disappear.
Iron the Wrinkles Out
Fill your clothing iron with water.
Turn the dial to steam.
Glide the iron over the wrinkles in your tulle without touching the iron to the tulle garment, as if you were using a steaming apparatus.