Woolen coat, as a clothing for the autumn and winter season, presumably many people have one, so how to clean and maintain it in daily life? How to deal with some stains?
First of all, keep in mind that the woolen coat should not be washed in a washing machine, but should be washed by hand or dry cleaned.
Dry cleaning: send to a professional dry cleaner for cleaning
This is the quickest way. But dry cleaning requires some special treatment, and there will be some ingredients used in dry cleaning in the clothes.
In addition, the defect of dry cleaning in dry cleaners is that you may feel that it is not so clean and damage the clothes.
Hand wash 1:
Wash it with Panjian water. You can use the Panjian to make a basin of water. The water temperature is about 30-40. Then put the coat in the Panjian water. Do not rub, twist, etc., but gently rub your fingers on the dirty area. If there is no effect, I can redeem it again. When you cast, you need to cast more, or there will be no panjian liquid in it. At the same time, in order to prevent the alkaline residue from remaining on the clothes, a few drops of vinegar can be added to the final clear water to make the woolen fabrics clear in color, soft in texture and shiny.
Hand wash 2:
The cleaning of the woolen coat can also be cleaned in accordance with the following methods. Spread the woolen coat flat on the table, and infiltrate a thicker towel in warm water. Do not twist the towel too dry and place it flat on the woolen coat. Use a thin stick for elastic tapping. In this way, the dirty stains on the coat will go to the hot towel. Wash the towel clean and repeat this cleaning several times. Then hang the clean clothes in a ventilated place and dry them naturally. If the woolen coat has creases, it can be ironed, but you must follow the direction of the hair when ironing.
Smudges left by coffee, cola, and other darker liquids
This is a very tangled question. Some girls have woolen coats but light-colored clothes, even dark clothes, once they are stained with coffee, cola, and other darker liquids, they have to find a way to wash them.
First of all, shake off the liquid from the clothes in the shortest time, and then find clean toilet paper to absorb water.
Second, understand that the longer the stain stays on it, the less likely it is to be washed off. So, when you get home, you must clean it immediately.
Once again, lightly tap the clothes with a damp cloth soaked in hot water, 80% of the stains can be cleaned up. Then, scrub with a cloth moistened with a small amount of neutral detergent. Note that the detergent should not be too much. Stubborn stains that are not easy to clean can be cleaned with a cloth dipped in lemon juice or vinegar. Only acid can wash off the pigment that has passed time.