How to clean and maintain cotton fabrics
Cotton fabric cleaning alkali-resistant cotton cloth
Cotton fabric has strong alkali resistance and can be washed with various soaps and detergents. The water temperature should be controlled below 35°C. Clothes can be soaked in warm water for 1 to 2 hours, but it is not advisable to soak them in detergent for a long time to prevent fading, and then rinse them with clean water. When washing, remember not to use too much force to avoid lint on the surface. When ironing, when the temperature is below 120°C, it is best to put a white cloth on it to prevent it from fading and affecting the appearance. When drying, it is best to dry in a cool place, or with the wrong side facing up. Do not expose it to direct sunlight, and it is not advisable to expose it to the sun for too long. If there are mildew spots on the clothes, soak them in a dilution of 20 grams of ammonia to 1 liter of water, and then rinse.
Cotton fabricIn terms of maintenance, attention should be paid to moisture-proof and anti-corrosion to avoid mold and insects. Cotton clothes and other forms of cotton fabrics must be washed before storage, otherwise the dirt and grease on them will easily become moldy. Cotton cloth has strong moisture absorption. During the rainy season or in humid southern areas, unworn cotton clothes should be taken out to dry from time to time.
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