General instructions

 

Bleach wears garments out and limits their durability. It is better to use some kind of whitening product.

Spin drying and direct sun light while drying causes garments to get matted.

Outwear garments (raincoats, jackets, coats) require dry cleaning, lining and interlining tend to lose their shape.

Undissolved detergent usually causes stains. Always use neutral detergent.

 

Fabric care

 

Wool

It shrinks if washed in high temperature It gets out of shape if it is spun dry or hung It tends to get matted of yellowish if it is not properly looked after

 

Cotton

It shrinks if washed in water that is too hot It can stand strong ironing Coloured cottons should be washed separately the first time

 

Linen

Always hand wash Never spin dry It can stand strong ironing as long as it is in medium temperature

 

Silk

Do not spin dry

Do not use too high or too low temperatures

Iron at low temperatures and without steam

 

Acetate, rayon viscose

Do not spin dry

Wash with cold water

Iron at low temperatures and without steam

 

Polyester, nylon

Wash in tepid water

Iron inside out at low temperatures


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