How to clean and maintain sweaters
Whether the sweater is worn inside or outside, as the style becomes more and more fashionable, and it is easy to match, the probability of wearing it on the body is very high. But many friends complained to Xiaochun about such troubles... It is easy to deform, and it doesn't look like it was when you first bought it. Either it gets bigger or stretched, and the proportion of sweaters changes with the number of washings? Is there any heartbreak? Not bad but forced to throw away one by one. Is there any wood? I feel tired and don’t love it~ Actually, don’t waste it so much. Come and see these tips collected for everyone, Xiaochun thinks it’s not bad~
Before washing the sweater, pat the dust off and soak it in cold water for 10 to 20 minutes. After taking it out, squeeze out the water, put it in the washing powder solution or soap flake solution, and gently scrub it, and then rinse it with water.
In order to ensure the color of the wool, you can drop 2% acetic acid in the water (you can also eat vinegar) to neutralize the residual soap.
After washing, squeeze out the water, block the loose, put it into a net bag, hang it in a ventilated place to dry, and do not twist or expose it to the sun.
2. How to prevent sweaters from shrinking
When washing sweaters, to prevent shrinkage, the water temperature should not exceed 30 ℃, and wash with neutral soap flakes or wash.
When rinsing the water for the last time, adding a little salt and vinegar can effectively maintain the elasticity and luster of the sweater, and can also neutralize the residual soap base.
3, make the loose sweater shrinking method
The sweater will become loose and fat after wearing it for a long time, it will not fit well, and it will affect the appearance.
In order to restore it to its original state, hot water can be used to iron the sweater, and the water temperature is preferably between 70 and 80 °C.
If the water is too hot, the sweater will shrink too small. If the cuff or hem of the sweater loses its elasticity, it can be immersed in hot water at 40-50°C for 1-2 hours, and its elasticity can be restored.
4. What should I do if the sweater is hooked?
After turning the sweater over, pull out the loose yarn, knot it, and cut off the excess yarn with scissors.
Have you tried all these methods? Does it feel useful? If you have any other tricks, you might as well let Xiaochun up!
How to clean knitted sweaters? Precautions
Maybe many people want to know how to wash knitted sweaters, because they are often washed and deformed, and they are not like knitted sweaters. So how do you wash knitted sweaters so they don't deform? Don't worry, now I will teach you how to wash knitted sweaters.
Method 1. Acetic acid soaking method
Before washing the knitted clothes, remove the dust and soak them in cold water for 10 to 20 minutes. After taking them out, squeeze out the water, put them in the washing powder solution or soap flake solution, and gently scrub them, and then rinse with water. In order to ensure the color of the wool, 2% acetic acid (or edible vinegar) can be added to the water to neutralize the residual soap.
Method two, tea washing method
Washing sweaters with tea water (white clothes is best not to use this method) can not only clean the dust, but also make the wool not fade and prolong the service life. The washing method is: use 1 pot of boiling water, put an appropriate amount of tea leaves, wait until the tea leaves are soaked, and after the water is cool, filter out the tea leaves, soak the sweater (thread) in the tea water for 15 minutes, and then gently rub it a few times, then use water Rinse clean.
Method three, freezing method
The white sweater will gradually turn black after wearing it for a long time. If you wash the sweater, put it in the refrigerator for 1 hour, and then take it out to dry, it can be as white as new. If the dark sweater is stained with dust, you can use a sponge dipped in water, squeeze it dry, and wipe it gently.
It’s not enough to know how to wash knitted sweaters. How should knitted sweaters be aired after washing? Everyone should pay attention to avoid using clothes to hang, which can only make clothes into long knitted sweaters. We can take two methods:
1. Avoid exposure to sunlight, which will destroy its luster and elasticity, making it yellow and black. After washing, the sweater should be dried in the shade and placed in a ventilated and dry place. It is best to lay it flat and place it according to the original shape of the clothes to avoid deformation. Ironing is also free.
2. If it cannot be placed flat, it is best to put it in the net pocket to dry in the shade. However, this may shrink a bit!
1. For example, when washing knitted sweaters, do not use detergents containing bleach, and do not wash with clothes with metal accessories. The washing method should be gentle.
2. Don't put it in water and detergent for too long. It should be washed immediately after getting wet and dried.
How to dry clothes of different fabrics?
A very beautiful piece of clothing sometimes fades and deforms because of the wrong drying method. Sometimes I see some clothing drying methods on the Internet. I go back and try it and find that it still doesn’t work. In fact, different fabrics have different drying methods. Way, today I will share with you: how to dry clothes of different fabrics?
The principle of clothing drying is that different drying methods should be adopted according to different fabrics and colors, so that the clothes can be kept from deformation and color fading.
Silk Fabric Clothing:
It is not suitable for drying under sunlight or fluorescent lamps, and it is not suitable for drying in a dryer. Generally, it should be placed in a cool and ventilated place to dry. Because the ultraviolet rays in the sun tend to yellow, fade and age silk fabrics.
Silk Fabric Clothing:
After washing, put it in a cool and ventilated place to dry naturally, and preferably the reverse side is facing out. Because silk clothing has poor sunlight resistance, it cannot be directly exposed to sunlight, otherwise the fabric will fade and the strength will decrease. This is especially true for darker or brighter clothing. Also, never bake silk garments with fire.
Chemical fiber fabrics and clothing:
Chemical fiber clothing should not be exposed to sunlight after washing. Because acrylic fibers are prone to discoloration and yellowing after exposure to the sun; nylon, polypropylene and man-made fibers are easy to age when exposed to sunlight; polyester and vellum will accelerate the photochemical cracking of fibers under the action of sunlight, affecting the life of the fabric. Therefore, chemical fiber clothing should be dried in the shade.
Wool fabric clothing:
After washing, it should also be placed in a cool and ventilated place, let it dry naturally, and the reverse side should be facing out. Because the surface of wool fiber is scaly layer, its outer natural oleylamine film gives wool fiber a soft luster. If it is exposed to sunlight, the oleylamine film on the surface will deteriorate due to oxidation caused by high temperature, which will seriously affect its appearance and service life.
Pure cotton, cotton and linen fabric clothing:
This type of clothing can generally be placed in the sun directly, because the strength of such fibers in the sun hardly decreases, or slightly decreases, but will not deform. However, to avoid fading, try to pull the garment flat and reverse side out.
Sweaters, sweaters and other knitted fabric clothing:
In order to prevent such garments from being deformed, they can be put into net pockets after washing and hung in a ventilated place to dry; or hang them with two hangers when drying to avoid deformation due to excessive hanging; bamboo poles or plastics can also be used String the tubes to dry; if possible, lay them flat on other objects to dry. In general, avoid sun exposure or baking.
The above are some small methods of how to dry clothes of different fabrics. I hope that after learning, girls will use the correct method to dry their clothes, and they will never worry about the deformation and fading of clothes.