Drying techniques for different colors and different fabrics
Clothing drying should be based on different fabrics and colors to develop the corresponding drying method, so as not to damage the structure of the clothes themselves to better maintain our second layer of skin. Let's talk about the drying techniques of different fabrics and color clothing. Listen carefully.
Silk fabric clothing:
After washing, it should be placed in a cool, ventilated place to dry naturally, and it is best to face the outside. Because silk garments have poor sunlight resistance, they cannot be directly exposed to sunlight, otherwise the fabric will be discolored and the strength will decrease. Pay particular attention to clothing that is darker in color or brighter in color. In addition, do not use fire to bake silk clothing.
Cotton, cotton and linen fabrics:
These types of clothing can generally be placed directly in the sun, because the strength of such fibers in the sun is almost no decline, or slightly decreased, but will not be deformed. However, in order to avoid fading, it is best to face the outside.
Chemical fiber fabrics:
After the chemical fiber clothes are washed, it is not suitable to be exposed to sunlight. Because acrylic fiber is easy to change color and yellow after exposure; nylon, polypropylene and man-made fiber are easy to age under sunlight; polyester and Velen accelerate the photochemical cracking of fiber under the action of sunlight, which affects fabric life. Therefore, chemical fiber clothes should be dried in a cool place.
Wool fabric clothing:
After washing, put it in a cool, ventilated place, let it dry naturally, and turn it to the outside. Because the surface of the wool fiber is a scale layer, the outer natural oleoresin film imparts a soft luster to the wool fiber. If exposed to sunlight, the surface of the oleic acid film will deteriorate due to oxidation at high temperatures, which will seriously affect its appearance and service life.
Knitted fabrics such as sweaters and sweaters:
In order to prevent such clothes from being deformed, they can be put into a net bag after washing and hung in a ventilated place to dry; or when hanging, use two hangers to avoid deformation due to excessive suspension; bamboo raft or plastic can also be used. Tubes are put together to dry; if conditions permit, they can be tiled on other objects to dry. In short, avoid exposure or baking.