1. Bedding (without cores), the cleaning frequency can […]
1. Bedding (without cores), the cleaning frequency can be determined according to personal hygiene habits. Before using it for the first time, you can rinse it in water once to wash off the surface pulp and printing and dyeing floating color. It will be softer in use and will not fade easily when it is washed in the future.
2. Except for special materials and those that cannot be washed (such as silk), generally speaking, the washing procedure is: first pour neutral detergent into the washing machine water, the water temperature should not exceed 30 ℃, and wait until the detergent is completely dissolved Put in the bedding and don’t soak for too long. Because the use of alkaline detergent or the water temperature is too high or the detergent is not evenly dissolved or soaked for too long may cause unnecessary fading. At the same time, light-colored products should be washed separately from dark-colored products to avoid mutual staining. After cleaning, it can be dried in an outdoor ventilated place. If you want to use a dryer, please choose low temperature drying, the temperature should not exceed 35 ℃, to avoid excessive shrinkage.
3. When storing, please clean it first, dry it thoroughly, fold it neatly, and put a certain amount of mothballs (not in direct contact with the product), and it should be kept in a dark place with low humidity and good ventilation. Quilt products that have not been used for a long time can be dried in the sun before being reused to make them fluffy.
4. Special attention:
A. When washing flax products, don't rub or twist hard (because the fiber is brittle and easy to fluff, which affects the appearance and life span).
B. When storing cotton and linen products, keep the environment clean to prevent mildew. Light-colored and dark-colored products should be stored separately to prevent shading and yellowing.
C, white silk products cannot be placed in mothballs or in a camphor wooden box, otherwise they will turn yellow.
D. Except for single-hole fiber pillows, others can be washed, but because of its thickness, it must be fully aired and completely dry so that it will not affect reuse. It is best to use pillowcases at ordinary times to avoid the trouble of washing.