WASHING PRECAUTIONS FOR PRINTED AND EMBROIDERED BEDDING

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WASHING PRECAUTIONS FOR PRINTED AND EMBROIDERED BEDDING

    Quilt cover manufacturer gives you some suggestions on the washing process of printed and embroidered bedding, hoping to help you in the finishing of bedding.

一.printed bedding

  1. Do not use detergents containing bleach

     Bleach has strong detergency, but it has bleaching properties. It is easy to cause the color fade of printed products.

  2. Wait until the detergent is fully dissolved in the water before putting it in the bedding

    Whether machine washing or hand washing, after selecting the detergent, dissolve the detergent in the water fully, and then put the dirty quilt cover. In this way, the dirty quilt cover can fully absorb the cleaning molecules in the detergent, which is more conducive to the cleaning of the bedding.

  3. Do not soak in water for a long time (generally not more than 1 hour)

    Soaking in water for a long time will not only damage the color of the printed quilt cover, but also cause the fabric to swell, deform and shorten its service life if it is soaked for a long time.

  4. Do not expose to the sun for a long time: long-term exposure will also make the bed look color.

二. Embroidery products

    Most of the embroidery products are made by computer embroidery, and some are made by hand embroidery. The biggest trouble when washing embroidery products is that the thread of embroidery will be off-thread, drawn, or even broken. In addition to the first three points of similar products, remember that before soaking in the third point, you must first turn out the inside of the embroidered quilt cover and turn the embroidered side inside. Then put it in the washing machine that has dissolved the detergent, and be sure to take a gentle washing method.

    When washing embroidered bedding, no matter what the capacity of your washing machine is, you can only wash these beddings individually at a time. Do not put in other clothes to prevent the fine buttons or metal products of other clothes from being entangled with the embroidery thread. Before drying, try to flatten the quilt cover and then dry it, and families that have the conditions to dry it should also try to avoid drying it. Because the ribbons in the embroidered quilt cover may be deformed during the drying process, resulting in unsightly appearance. Always use a low temperature when ironing.