Tips for Cleaning Home Textile Sheets

1. Home textile sheets in daily use

When buying a home textile quilt cover, you can choose high-quality  printed fitted bed sheets. The bed surface will be cleaner and you don't have to worry about the sheets slipping off. Under normal circumstances, try to avoid the bedding from rubbing with rough objects to prevent lint and pilling.

2. Washing and drying of home textile sheets

The time for soaking the home textile quilt cover, such as white striped duvet cover, should not exceed 15 minutes, and the water temperature should not exceed 30℃. High temperature and extrusion will cause the fabric to wrinkle. Do not scrub or wrung dry after hand washing. Use folding and squeezing to dry it up. When cleaning the machine, you should choose a portable type and do not dehydrate!

Wash each material separately in order to maintain the comfort of the fabric and avoid wrinkling and a small amount of softener can be added in an appropriate amount. Detergents and softeners are preferably neutral. It is best to let it carry some moisture when it is dry, and hang it flat in the air. Don't dehydrate too much. Excessive moisture will make the fabric uneven and wrinkle when it is dry.

3. Storage of home textile sheets

Fold the printed fitted bed sheets when storing, otherwise wrinkles will appear. Do not discard them at any corners.

4. Ironing of home textile sheets

If the  printed fitted bed sheets have wrinkles in use, it can be ironed (try to avoid high temperature), which can not only solve the wrinkle problem, but also can remove mites. Use medium temperature and do not pull both sides to iron together. If the temperature is high, it will easily cause deformation of the fabric, which will affect the use and appearance.

After understanding the precautions for washing and maintenance above, you don't have to worry about your beddings. If you don't use it for a long time, you should wash it before storage, dry it fully, fold it flat, and put it in the home textile packaging bag. It should be stored in a dry place to avoid mildew and bacteria.

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