Caring for your shirts properly gives them a crisp look and more professional appearance. By treating your shirts their best, you ensure that they'll last longer and look better for as long as you care to wear them.
1. Wash shirt after wearing them. 2. Machine wash or hand wash using warm water. 3. Do not use bleach to prevent discoloration.
If you don't have good quality steam iron, you should try to iron your shirt when the fabric is damp. You can press it far more easily to remove all wrinkles, and it's less likely that you will damage your shirt in any way.
Use a supportive hanger such as a wooden one or a thicker plastic one. If the hanger has firm shoulders, it will prevent unsightly bumps. Wire hangers are not recommended for your shirts. If you store your shirts from season to season, be sure to have them washed before packing them away. Check dress shirts occasionally for damage or needed repairs. Keep your eyes open for loose threads and buttons.