Plush Fabric is worn continuously for too long, which is prone to elastic fatigue, not easy to return to its original state, and will cause deformation and distortion. Therefore, it should be replaced after wearing it for a period of time.
Also, pay attention when washing. Plush clothing should not be soaked in cold water for too long before washing. It should be controlled for 10 to 30 minutes according to the color, dirt, and thickness of the clothing. The washing temperature should not be too high, and must not be soaked in hot water. Generally below 40C, to prevent the plush fabric from rolling felt and the elasticity decline.
Choose to use soap flakes or neutral laundry detergent during the wash. Generally, soap flakes are used for worsted or light-colored garments, and washing powder is used for woolen or dark-colored garments. The washing time should not be too long to prevent the fibers from catching each other and causing the downing.
Finally, when collecting plush clothing, it is necessary to remove the dust, dry it, and store it after drying. It is best to dry clean it. Dry cleaning can not only decontaminate and improve the cleanliness of the clothing but also disinfect the clothing once. Because the dry cleaning agent tetrachloroethylene has a strong bactericidal and insecticidal effect.
Plush clothing is easy to attract moths, so when collecting for a long time, put moth repellant in the trunk or wardrobe to ensure the safety of clothing.