Introduction of napped scarf fabric: Brushed wool fabri […]
Introduction of napped scarf fabric:
Brushed wool fabrics include brushed sweaters, scarves, square scarves, collars, fleece caps, etc. The texture is mostly acrylic products, followed by pure wool. Acrylic fiber has the characteristics of electrostatic dust collection, and the fluff is easy to accumulate dust and dirt. If washed improperly, the brushed clothes are easy to deform, shrink and become hardened, lose their elasticity, and more often cause the fluff to fall down and affect the softness and fluffy.
How to wash brushed fabric:
Rinse neutral detergent or soap flakes with hot water and stir evenly. Use cold water to bring it to about 30 degrees. First soak the clothes with clean water, and then put them in the washing liquid to repeatedly rub and lift up and down to make the dust in the fluff flow out. You can also rub some soap on the collar and cuffs where there is a lot of dirt and rub it with your hands. Clean the washed clothes with clean water, and then squeeze to remove the moisture. Do not twist it forcefully. When drying, it is best to lay it flat and stroke it from top to bottom with your hands to make the fluff initially smooth, and wait until it is dried. When it is 70% dry, use a soft brush to brush the fleece to make it neat, and then hang it on a clothes rack until it is completely dry. In this way, not only the plush is fluffy as new, but also the shape of the clothes does not change. If there is no time to smooth the down and the washing is completely dry, you can prevent it from being smoked on the steam, brush the down immediately when the tide is wet, and you can also smooth the down.
If the brushed scarf is dirty, you can soak it in cold water first, then put it in warm water, add detergent and rub gently, then wash it several times in clean water at the same temperature, and finally put a little vinegar in cold water, soak 1 Minute or so, pick it up by hand, dry it with a spin-drying bucket or wring it lightly by hand, and dry it in a cool place. After drying, use a soft brush to gently brush along the fluff. In this way, the fleece of the napped scarf is soft and puffed, and the luster is undiminished.
When washing brushed scarves, pay special attention, that is, use water with too high temperature for cutting, otherwise the scarves will become hard.