Washing: The clothing is made of protein-based delicate […]
Washing: The clothing is made of protein-based delicate health-care fiber. It is not suitable for rubbing rough items and washing with a washing machine. The clothes should be immersed in cold water for 5-10 minutes. Use special silk detergent to synthesize low-foaming detergent or neutral. Rub lightly with soap, (if you are washing small fabrics such as silk scarves, shampoo can also be used better), and the colored silk clothing can be rinsed repeatedly in clean water.
Drying: After washing, clothing should not be exposed to the sun, nor should it be heated with a dryer. Generally, it should be dried in a cool and ventilated place. Because the ultraviolet rays in the sun easily make silk fabrics yellow, fade and age. Therefore, after washing, silk clothing should not be twisted to remove the water. It should be gently shaken, and the reverse side should be spread out to air. Let it dry until 70% dry before ironing or shaking.
Ironing: The anti-wrinkle performance of clothing is slightly worse than that of chemical fiber, so there is a saying that "no wrinkle is not real silk". After washing, the clothes are wrinkled and need to be ironed to be firm, elegant and beautiful. When ironing, let the clothes dry until 70% dry and spray water evenly. Wait 3-5 minutes before ironing. The ironing temperature should be controlled below 150°C. The iron should not be directly touched on the silk surface to avoid aurora.
Preservation: Preserve clothing. For thin underwear, shirts, trousers, skirts, pajamas, etc., wash them first, iron them dry, and store them. For autumn and winter clothing, jackets, Hanfu, and cheongsam that are inconvenient to take apart and wash, they should be cleaned with dry cleaning until they are ironed to prevent mildew and moth. After ironing, it can also play the role of sterilization and pest control. At the same time, the boxes and cabinets storing clothes should be kept clean and sealed as far as possible to prevent dust pollution.