Ironing of woolen clothing Place the clothes flat on th […]
Ironing of woolen clothing
Place the clothes flat on the ironing table or table, lay the wool fabric underneath, cover the sewed wet cloth, heat the iron until the water drops on the bottom of the iron, and the sound is short, with little blisters. You can start ironing at the time. If you are not sure, you can first test the hot material on the same kind of fabric as the clothing. If you don't worry when ironing, the material will not be blanched, not pleated, and it can be ironed flat, indicating that the temperature is right. Note that the iron should not stay on the dry cloth for too long to avoid the fabric being bright or hot. It is best to put on a damp cloth when ironing, starting from the opposite side of the garment.
Ironing of chemical fiber and blended clothing
This type of fabric has been heat-set at the factory to keep the fabric flat for a long time, so generally no need to iron, especially white clothing will be yellow. If the clothes are wrinkled, do not let the iron directly touch the cloth or stay still when ironing, to prevent bright printing or discoloration. When ironing, spray water on the clothes, dry the cloth or put on a damp cloth (Vylon, polyester can only be clothed with a dry cloth), and the ironing temperature should not be too high. Pure polypropylene and pure chlorinated clothing are generally not suitable for ironing.