How to maintain a variety of fabric clothes?
First, cotton fabric
Cotton fabrics have strong alkali resistance, acid resistance, and high temperature resistance, and can be washed with various soaps or detergents. Before washing, soak in water for a few minutes, but it should not be too long, so as not to damage the color. Underwear should not be soaked in hot water to prevent the protein in the perspiration from freezing and adhering to the shirt, resulting in yellow spots. The best water temperature is 40~50°C when using the laundry detergent. When rinsing, you can master the “small number of times” approach, that is, each water rinse does not necessarily use a lot of water; but it should be washed several times. Twist dry after each rinse, and then perform a second flush to increase the efficiency of the wash. Dry clothes in a cool and ventilated place to avoid exposing them to strong sunlight and discolor colored fabrics.
Second, hemp fabric
Hemp fiber is stiff and has poor cohesion. When washing, the force should be lighter than the cotton fabric. Never use a bristle brush to scrub and rub it hard to avoid fabric fuzzing. After washing, no force can be used to wring. Colored fabrics should not be soaked in hot water and should not be exposed to strong sunlight to avoid fading.
Third, silk fabric
Before washing, soak the clothes in water for about 10 minutes. The soaking time should not be too long. Do not use alkaline washing, use neutral soap, detergent or neutral detergent. The bath is preferably lukewarm or room temperature. After washing, gently squeeze the water and avoid twisting.
It should be dried in a cool and ventilated place. It should not be exposed to strong sunlight and it should not be dried.
Fourth, wool fabrics
Wool is not alkali-resistant and therefore should be washed with a neutral detergent. Wool fabric shrinks in an aqueous solution above 30°C, so the wash water temperature should not exceed 40°C. The wash solution is usually formulated with room temperature water (25°C). Do not wash with a washboard when washing, that is, washing machine washing, should be "light wash", washing time should not be too long to prevent shrinking. Do not wring after washing, squeeze to remove water, then drain. Half a minute is appropriate when dewatering with a washing machine. Dry in a cool, well-ventilated place. Do not expose under strong sunlight to prevent the fabric from losing its luster and elasticity and causing the strength of the fabric to decrease.
Fifth, viscose fabric
Viscose fibers have a large shrinkage rate and low wet strength. When washing, they must be washed with immersion and must not be soaked for a long time. Viscose fabrics will harden when exposed to water, and should be “washed” when washed to avoid lint or cracks. Use neutral or low alkaline detergents. The temperature of the washing solution must not exceed 45°C. After washing, stack the clothes and squeeze out the water in a large amount. Avoid twisting. Do not expose to sunlight after washing, should be dried in a cool and ventilated place.
Sixth, polyester fabric
Soak first with cold water for 15 minutes and then wash with general synthetic detergent. The temperature of the wash solution should not exceed 45°C. Dirty parts such as collars and cuffs can be brushed with a brush. After washing, rinsing, can be twisted lightly, placed in a cool and ventilated place to dry, not exposed to sunlight, should not be dried, so as not to wrinkle after being heated
Seven, acrylic fabric
Basically similar to polyester fabric washing. Soak in warm water for 15 minutes, then wash with low-alkaline detergent, gently, lightly. Thick fabrics are brushed with a soft brush and finally dehydrated or gently wrung out. Pure acrylic fabrics can be air-laid, but the blended fabrics should be left in the shade to dry.
Eight, nylon fabric
Soak in cold water for 15 minutes, then wash with normal detergent (regardless of alkali size). The temperature of the washing solution should not exceed 45°C. After washing and drying, do not dry.
Nine, vinylon fabric
It is first soaked in room temperature water and then washed at room temperature. Detergents are normal detergents. Do not use hot water, so as not to make the vinylon fiber expansion and hardening, or even deformation. Wash and dry to avoid sunlight.