The correct way to wash and protect dip dye Knitwears
Dip dye Knitwears with good elasticity, moisture absorption, breathability, comfort and warmth have always been our best choice for dressing. Dip dye Knitwears are fabrics that are formed by connecting loops through each other and are impregnated. They are a large variety of fabrics. Dip dye Knitwears have good elasticity, moisture absorption, breathability, comfort and warmth. The raw materials are mainly natural fibers such as cotton, linen, silk and wool, as well as chemical fiber knitted fabrics such as nylon, acrylic, and polyester.
However, when washing dip dye Knitwears, there will always be shrinkage and deformation. What should I do?
When sucking, first pick up the dip dye Knitwears and shake the dust on it, then soak it in cold water for 10-15 minutes. After taking it out, squeeze out the water, rub it gently in the soap flake solution, and rinse with water. In order to ensure the color of the wool, 2% acetic acid (or edible vinegar) can be dropped into the water to neutralize the residual soap. In this way, the possibility of dip dye Knitwears becoming bigger after washing is reduced.
Washing dip dye Knitwears with tea water can not only wash away the dust, but also will not make the dip dye Knitwears larger after washing, and can also make the wool yarn not fade and extend the service life. The washing method is: use a pot of boiling water, put an appropriate amount of tea, wait until the tea is soaked, after the water is cool, filter out the tea, soak the dip dye Knitwears in the tea for 15 minutes, then gently rub a few times, then rinse with water clean.
Dip dye Knitwears should avoid exposure to sunlight, which will damage its luster and elasticity and make it yellow and black. Dip dye Knitwears should be dried in the shade after washing, and placed in a ventilated and dry place. It is best to lay them flat and in accordance with the original shape of the clothes to avoid deformation. Prevent the dip dye Knitwears from getting bigger after washing, and can also avoid ironing.
Maintenance of dip dye Knitwears
There will always be friction when wearing dip dye Knitwears, and the fibers in the fabric will loosen during exercise, entangle each other, and be kneaded into lumps, forming a pom-shaped ball, which affects the appearance. To reduce pilling, try to avoid rubbing with objects with rough surfaces. Some parts where there are more chances of friction, such as sleeves and tabletops, sofa armrests, inner pockets inserted in wallets, etc., as well as long-term backpacks, wearing rough coats without lining, are particularly prone to pilling, and such contact should be minimized.