When maintaining non-woven fabrics, we must pay special attention to some problems, otherwise there is no way to make better use of them. So, let's take a look at what we need to do if we want to protect non-woven fabrics.
Generally, when you use it, you should replace it frequently to avoid borers or other problems. If you want to store it between seasons, you should also wash it. After ironing, you should air it out, place it directly in a plastic bag, seal it, and store it as flat as possible in the wardrobe. Don't pile up there at will, otherwise it will affect the specific quality or affect the subsequent use. After washing, do not expose it to sunlight, otherwise it will easily fade.
Dealing with Pilling Problems
If there is a pilling problem when using non-woven fabrics, do not pull it forcibly. You have to cut the balls directly with the scissors, otherwise it may cause a disconnection, and then it cannot be repaired. Therefore, we must pay special attention in the process of dealing with these problems, try not to rub against other sharp or hard things, otherwise it is easy to pilling.
Do not use for a long time
If you make clothes out of this material, you can't wear them for too long. You must stop wearing it within five days and change into other clothes so that the elasticity of the clothes can be restored. If worn for a long time, there will be deformation problems that cannot be recovered for a long time. You can't wear them anymore. Even if you wear them, you will feel particularly ugly. So we need these more correct methods. At the same time, maintaining work can bring us more security.
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