Maintenance of uniforms of different materials in Dongguan uniform manufacturers
1. Cotton and linen uniforms: During storage, the clothes must be washed, dried and folded flat. The wardrobe, cabinet and polyethylene packaging bags should be kept clean and dry to prevent mildew. White uniforms and dark uniforms are best separated when stored to prevent staining or yellowing.
2. Silk uniforms: When collecting, cover the uniform surface with a layer of cotton cloth or wrap the silk uniforms to prevent moisture and dust. White uniforms cannot be placed in camphor boxes or camphor balls, otherwise they will easily yellow.
3. Woolen uniforms: After wearing all kinds of woolen uniforms for a period of time, they should be dried in the air to remove dust. Keep in a dry place when not wearing. It is advisable to hang and store, and turn the fabric on the reverse side to prevent fading and weathering and wind marks. Before storage, it should be brushed or washed, ironed, dried, and ventilated for one day. High-grade woolen uniforms are best hung in the closet, do not stack pressure, so as not to deform and affect the appearance. When storing full-wool or blended uniforms, wrap the camphor balls in tissue paper and put them in a clothes pocket or in a wardrobe or box. Plush uniforms should be stored separately from other uniforms to avoid fluffing and lint contamination of other uniforms.
4. Chemical fiber uniforms: Man-made fiber uniforms should be laid flat, and should not be hung for a long time, so as not to elongate due to drape. When storing uniforms of blended fabrics containing natural fibers, a small amount of camphor pills or insect repellent can be placed, but do not touch; for uniforms of synthetic fibers such as polyester and nylon, there is no need to put camphor pills, and even hygiene balls, so as not to Naphthol causes damage to uniforms and fabrics.