We all know that the wool shrinks if washed at a very high temperature and loses shape if it hangs during drying. Although the wool is good heath container and a good, absorbent, the material tends to become matt and yellowish.
The same as the wool, the cotton also shrinks to a very high temperature, and if the colored cotton, it is the best for the first time to washed it separately from other items. Fresh and the flexible material can be ironed. Cotton is highly resistant material. However, colors on the cotton tend to wash off easily and the material tends to crease easily.
Linen is must always be washed by hand. One should avoid washing the linen at high temperatures. The material is a fresh and pleasant, with high resistance to dirt. The biggest flaw of the linen is his tendency to crest and it’s resistive to ironing.
Silk is also on of the materials that should not be washed at high temperatures. Treatment of resistant strains should be left to professionals. Ironing this material should be avoided, but if unavoidable, must be carried out carefully at low temperatures. This material is resistant, light, and maintains color quality, but it is very delicate.
Acetate, rayon and viscose not allow the use of centrifuges. These are very pleasant materials that maintain the color quality. However, the big disadvantage of these materials is that they are highly flammable.
Polyester, nylon and Lycia are also materials that are very sensitive to heat. They should be washed in lukewarm warm water and ironed at low temperature. The materials do not have tendency to crinkle, retain color quality, but are also very flammable.
Try avoiding drying the clothes directly in the sun, as it may become coarsened, and colors might fade.
You should always have the lining clothing dry cleaned.
If you are not sure whether your new cloth will release the color while washing, the best option to be hand wash the clothing item in a lukewarm water the first time the. Allow the detergent dissolves completely in water, and then insert the clothes. If you use a washing brush, use only a soft side, to avoid damaging the fabric.
Before you start the ironing, sort the clothes according to the temperature on which you are ironing them. Place the clothes that are ironed at high temperature at the bottom of the pile, in a manner that the clothes that are sensitive to heat you place on at the top of the pile, so you do not change the temperature throughout the entire ironing process.
Underwear without laces should be washed on the program for easy washing of delicate laundry, at low temperature, preferably in a washing net. Always use an appropriate detergent for delicate clothes and conditioner. Lace lingerie, however, should be washed by hand, without excessive rubbing and squeezing as lace tends to lose form easily. Dry the Lace lingerie widespread and lay on a towel.
If you notice the greasy stains on the cloth during the ironing, just sprinkle the grease with baby powder and go over the stain with a warm iron.