Precautions for storage and maintenance of cashmere products


Precautions for storage and maintenance of cashmere pro […]

Precautions for storage and maintenance of cashmere products

   1. Keep clean, change and wash frequently to prevent moths from breeding.

  2. When storing in seasons, it must be washed, ironed, dried, sealed in a plastic bag, and placed flat in the closet. Pay attention to shading to prevent fading. It should be ventilated frequently, dust and damp, and not exposed to the sun. Put anti-mildew and anti-moth tablets in the closet to prevent the cashmere products from getting damp, moldy and insects.

  3. The lining of the matching outerwear should be smooth when worn inside, and hard objects such as pens, key cases, mobile phones, etc. should not be placed in the pockets to avoid local friction and pilling. Minimize friction with hard objects (such as sofa backrests, armrests, tabletops) and hooks when worn outside. It is not easy to wear it for too long. It must be stopped or changed for about 5 days to restore the elasticity of the clothes to avoid fiber fatigue and damage.

  4. If there is a pilling, do not pull it forcefully. Use scissors to cut off the pompom to avoid being unable to repair due to the off-line.

The main points of wearing cashmere products

Due to the physical characteristics of cashmere sweater fibers, cashmere is easy to pilling and static electricity. When worn inside, the matching outer clothing is smooth, not too rough or hard, and the inner bag should not be filled with hard objects, such as pens, notebooks, wallets, etc., In order to avoid local friction and pilling of cashmere sweaters.

   When wearing outside, try to reduce friction with hard objects, such as sleeves and tabletops, sleeves and sofa armrests, back and sofa contact for a long time.

   When wearing, it is not advisable to use excessive force or do strenuous exercise to prevent the cuff thread from breaking.

Although cashmere products are comfortable and beautiful to wear, they should not be worn for too long. Generally, they should be replaced every 10 days to restore their elasticity and avoid excessive fiber fatigue.

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