When purchasing a blanket, remember that in order to prolong its life, you need proper care. Only careful attitude and proper storage will allow the blanket to last longer.
IMPORTANT! After you bring your blanket home and unpack it, be sure to save the labels. When the need arises to wash the product, use the information from the tag and do everything right. Don't rely on labels sewn into the blanket. During operation, all inscriptions on them will be erased.
So, how to care?
• Blankets made of camel hair need regular ventilation and drying, preferably outdoors;
• To dry, the product must be laid out on a flat surface;
• Store such a blanket in a dry, well-ventilated area, out of direct sunlight;
• It is strictly forbidden to pack camel wool blankets in plastic bags - it is best to use cotton covers, ready-made or self-sewn;
• Any things made of camel wool are recommended to be washed by hand with special detergents for woolen products, at a temperature not exceeding 30 ° C, without squeezing or twisting;
• Dry the product in a flattened state, avoiding folds and "creases". Washing in a washing machine is possible with a delicate cycle (30 ° C, no spinning);
• Blankets made of camel wool can be dry-cleaned, but this should be done as rarely as possible;
• Ironing camel blankets is not recommended.
Removing stains: For tea, coffee, juice or wine stains, use a wool stain remover (liquid bile soap, for example) or dry cleaning.
• Regular ventilation (at least once a year); Storage in dry rooms with good ventilation;
• Washing of sheep wool products - preferably by hand, using special means, in warm (not hot!) water;
• If necessary, dry cleaning is possible;
• Washing a cashmere baby blanket is not always possible - it all depends on the quality of the product. It is necessary to familiarize yourself with the recommendations on the labels or with the care instructions;
• Some products cannot be washed at all (only dry cleaning), others are recommended exclusively for hand washing, and still others can withstand washing in a washing machine (with a delicate mode);
• It is not necessary to iron woolen blankets; special stain removers are used for stains.
• They perfectly withstand washing in a washing machine at normal or delicate cycle (40 ° C) and spinning;
• You can dry them in a dryer or in the open air;
• A bike with the addition of woolen fibers is more “capricious” - it needs hand washing or washing in a machine at a delicate mode and a temperature not higher than 30 ° C;
• Duvet covers can be ironed (cotton setting) and steamed.
Removing stains: It is recommended to rinse fresh stains from juice, tea, coffee or wine under running cold water, after which the product is washed as usual.
• Blankets with down or feather filling require mandatory drying and ventilation;
• In no case should they be stored in rooms with high humidity - the down may start to rot;
• It is not recommended to wash down products yourself, it is better to use the services of specialists;
• The stain can be washed by hand with a mild detergent for delicate fabrics and then dry thoroughly;
• Duvets are not ironed.
• They easily withstand washing in a washing machine without deforming or losing their properties. It is recommended to choose a delicate mode or a special mode for synthetics, followed by an intensive rinse.
• Instead of regular powder - use liquid products. Dry cleaning is possible;
• Dry only naturally, turning over from time to time;
• Ironing is not recommended.
Removal of stains: Stains from the surface of the fabric cover are removed with the help of stain removers or improvised household products (laundry soap, salt, etc.).
• Such blankets are regularly dried on the air;
• It is almost impossible to wash them at home; The same applies to ironing and stain removal.
This type of filler was very common several decades ago due to its affordable price and good heat-saving properties.
• Blankets filled with holofiber should be regularly beaten and dried;
• They are washed without any problems in a washing machine at a temperature not exceeding 60 ° C without spinning;
• For washing, ordinary detergents are used, but you should not add conditioners;
• Dry such a blanket in a straightened form, on a flat surface, periodically whipping;
• Holofiber products do not need ironing.
Removing stains: Stains from the surface of the fabric cover are removed by pre-washing.
• Blankets made of microfiber, microfiber and microgel do not need special care;
• Wash them in a washing machine at normal mode (60 ° C); Ironing is not required.
Removing stains: Use a stain remover or laundry soap to remove stains.
Bamboo blankets are easy to maintain.
• They only need aeration and dry cleaning (you can use a regular vacuum cleaner);
• Store them in a dry place - moisture can cause putrefactive processes;
• It is not recommended to put heavy objects on such blankets so as not to deform the product;
• The material easily withstands washing in a washing machine using ordinary washing powder (at a temperature of 40-60 ° C);
• It is better to dry bamboo blankets in a spread and unfolded form;
• Ironing is not required.
Removing stains: Stains from tea, coffee, juice, etc. can be wiped off with a cotton swab dipped in a 3% solution of hydroperite.
• Quilts with synthetic filling (polyester, polyester, acrylic) must be ventilated and fluffed, as the material tends to knock into lumps;
• Special storage conditions are not required - they practically do not absorb moisture and are not afraid of sunlight;
• Synthetic blankets should be changed at least once every five years;
• Washing - in a washing machine with a delicate cycle. It is better to reduce the rate of washing powder by one third - it is not washed out too well from synthetic fibers;
• Synthetic things can be wrung out and dried in a tumble dryer, and then straighten the stray lumps of material with your hands;
• Ironing is not required for such products.
Stain removal: Stains can be removed with the usual means: stain removers, laundry soap, etc.
A blanket with such a filler can still be washed at home, but you will have to follow several rules so as not to spoil the condition of the blanket itself:
• Recommended water temperature for washing - 30 degrees;
• Such a blanket can be washed both by hand and using a washing machine;
• If you have chosen the option that involves using a washing machine, you should select the delicate mode.
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