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How to Clean and Care for Fabrics and Textiles at Home?

The first and foremost thing you must know is to read the care label of the clothing article. The care label might not be attached to the fabric for some reason, which is why we highly recommend asking the textile supplier or fabric sourcing agent for the cleaning instructions. Every fabric has its own unique fiber properties, and the manufacturer provides specific instructions on how to clean and take care of the fabric with time. The care label may provide you with valuable information like the recommended washing temperature, the drying instructions, and ironing temperature. It's quite important to put in mind that cold water is preferred when you are unsure about the temperature settings required for cotton fabrics. Another crucial step prior to washing any clothing is to sort the clothes in batches of similar nature before washing them.


Sorting clothes or fabrics by color, fabric type, and washing temperature will aid in taking care of fabrics over time. Separating clothes by color prevents color bleeding from one fabric to another, while sorting them by fabric type ensures the laundry settings don’t affect one textile compared to the rest. In general, sorting clothes by washing temperature extends the fabric usage. Washing clothes is an essential step in maintaining the fabric's quality. Always use the recommended washing temperature as mentioned on the care label. Avoid using too much detergent as it can damage the fabric or leave detergent spots on the fibers. Always use a mild detergent, and avoid using bleach or fabric softeners as they reduce the life space of the fabric. It's also essential to select the right washing machine cycle, depending on the fabric type.


Drying clothes is another critical step in taking care of fabrics. Some fabrics are not suitable for tumble drying, and they need to be air-dried. Avoid hanging clothes in direct sunlight as it can cause color fading for some articles of clothing. Always iron clothes while they are slightly damp, and use the recommended ironing temperature. Having a high iron temperature may burn polyester fabric or may cause the fibers to get damaged by the heat. We recommend not exceeding the temperature limits when ironing clothing with fusible interlining as this may damage the interwoven fabric. Proper storage is essential to ensure the longevity of fabrics and textiles. Always store clothes in a dry and cool place, away from direct sunlight.

Avoid hanging heavy clothes for long periods as it can cause the fabric to stretch or the clothing hanger might break. Fold clothes neatly, and store them in airtight containers to prevent dust accumulation. 


For woolen garments, storage is very important as improper storage may lure insects such as moths or beetles which damages the fabric. Some fabrics require special care such as delicate fabrics like silk, wool, and cashmere. These fabrics require gentle washing, and they should not be washed frequently. Always use a mild detergent when washing delicate fabrics, and avoid using hot water or harsh chemicals. Lastly, do not put delicate fabrics in a dryer as this may cause shrinkage. In conclusion, taking care of fabrics and textiles is not a difficult task if you carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions.


Always read the care label, sort clothes before washing, use the recommended washing cycles, follow the drying temperature limits, store clothes properly, and follow the special care instructions for delicate fabrics as needed. By following these tips and suggestions, you can ensure that the lifespan of your fabrics and textiles will exceed your expectations.

February 25, 2023

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