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- Oct 30, 2018 -

How to wash the "flower"

The so-called "flower" means that some parts of the color become lighter after washing. Mostly due to excessive force during washing, uneven operation, uneven brushing, and high water temperature. A slight "flower" can be flattened on a clean, flat platen, brushed twice with a little force, then add a small amount of powder in a hot light soap solution (add half a tablespoon per 5 liters of solution), then put the clothes in the soap The liquid can be quickly smashed up and down several times, and the more serious "flowers" have to be re-dyed.

When washing cotton velvet garments, first wash the clothes with a washing machine for cold immersion and pre-washing, and then scrub the heavily soiled parts with soap. The brushing part should be light enough to prevent partial discoloration and corduroy stripping. After the clothes are brushed, they can be washed with washing powder at room temperature for 15 minutes, and finally rinsed with warm water and cold water, dehydrated and dried.