Views: 64 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-04-23 Origin: Site
With the improvement of people's living standards, the requirements for home decoration and decoration are increasingly pursuing artistic style. As an essential element in home life, fabric curtains are becoming more and more popular in modern families.
The cloth art softens the rigid lines of the interior space and gives the room a warm style, which is fresh and natural, elegant and gorgeous, or high-key romantic. Its shape is changeable and easy to replace, so it has become the "master" in the "soft outfit trend" that has been particularly popular in recent years, and it plays a decisive role in creating and beautifying the home environment. You can choose gorgeous and beautiful fabrics to decorate the living room, smooth and soft fabrics to decorate the bedroom, and strong and washable fabrics to decorate the kitchen.
The most commonly used fabric materials include cotton, hemp fibers and other natural fibers, polyester-cotton fibers and synthetic fibers. In addition, there are wool, silk, down, camel hair, and soybean fiber...So many materials and fabrics, while enhancing the beauty and comfort of the home, also put forward more stringent requirements for maintenance in use. Many people think that the maintenance of home fabric is a headache, but as long as you master certain tricks and proper nursing knowledge, maintaining fabric is not difficult.
Taking a set of beautiful bedding home, the exquisite bedroom is naturally more cozy, but if you want to extend the service life, you need to spend more time on normal use and maintenance.
Experts suggest that the bedding should be rinsed once before using it for the first time, so that the surface pulp and printing and dyeing floating color can be washed away, so that it will be softer to use and will not fade easily when washed in the future.
1. Cotton fabrics cannot be used with detergents containing bleaching agents. Generally, the soaking time should not exceed half an hour, and the water temperature should not exceed 30°C.
2. Real silk, silk floss, soybean fiber can not use detergents containing biological enzymes, it is recommended to use silk wool detergent, add some vinegar when washing to increase gloss.
3. Avoid prolonged soaking of wool and cashmere. Do not use detergents containing biological enzymes. Other detergents should be used with caution.
4. Silk, bamboo fiber, chemical fiber can not be soaked in high temperature water, silk and bamboo fiber can not be dried when machine washing, and the surface of velvet fabrics should not be ironed.
5. Don't rub hard when washing flax products.
Experts suggest that bleach must not be used when cleaning curtains, try not to dehydrate and dry, and air dry naturally, so as not to damage the texture of the curtain itself. Ordinary fabric curtains can be scrubbed with a damp cloth, but fabrics that shrink easily should be dry-cleaned as much as possible; curtains made of canvas or hemp should be wiped with a sponge dipped in warm water or soap solution, and rolled up after drying; velvet curtains should be cleaned first Soak the curtains in a neutral cleaning liquid, press lightly with your hands, wash them, and place them on the shelf to allow the water to drip dry naturally, which will make the curtains clean as new.
Curtains (shading fabrics) made of electrostatic flocking cloth are not easy to get dirty and do not need to be cleaned frequently. If you want to clean it, do not soak it in water, rub it or brush it, just use cotton gauze dipped in alcohol or gasoline and rub it lightly. Don't twist it hard to prevent the fluff from falling off and affect the appearance.
For the roller blinds or soft finished curtains that are currently used more in households, you can use a cloth dipped in warm water to dissolve detergent or a little ammonia solution to wipe. Some parts are glued together, so be careful not to get water. The higher-grade finished curtains can be waterproof, so you don't need to worry about this.
Some curtain fabrics have special materials (such as adhesive-backed curtains) or fabrics with a special weaving method (such as knitted fabrics), must be sent to dry cleaning, do not wash in order to avoid damage or deformation of the fabric. Some curtains have a cover-like shape, or the curtains are decorated with ornaments, such as silk tassels or hanging tassels. It is best to dry or hand wash them, not machine wash.
Tips: Do not machine wash window screens, especially thin ones like glass screens. Just wash them twice with a solution of warm water and detergent or soapy water. In addition, all window screens can be soaked in milk for one hour after washing, and then washed and air dried. The color of the soaked gauze will be brighter.