Summary:Curtain fabrics uses a large amount of cloth, and it is impossible to prepare many sets, so be more careful when using a...
uses a large amount of cloth, and it is impossible to prepare many sets, so be more careful when using and cleaning to avoid damaging the cloth.
Curtains that have been hung for a long time are polluted by dust and need to be cleaned. The following cleaning methods will help you. Curtains made of ordinary fabrics can be cleaned with a damp cloth, or they can be washed in clean water or in a washing machine according to the conventional method, using neutral detergent. Fabrics that are easy to shrink should be dry cleaned as much as possible. If it is inconvenient, you should contact the seller to enlarge the size and iron them.
Canvas or linen curtains are difficult to dry after cleaning, so they should not be washed directly in water. It is advisable to use a sponge dipped in warm water or soap solution to wipe back and forth, and then roll it up after drying.
If the velvet curtains are dirty, first soak the curtains in a neutral cleaning solution, press lightly with your hands, wash them, and place them on a slanted shelf to let the water drip dry automatically.
Static flocked cloth curtains (blackout fabrics) are less prone to soiling and do not require frequent cleaning. But if you don't soak it in water to rub or brush it when cleaning, just use a cotton gauze dipped in alcohol or gasoline to gently wipe it. If the flannel is too wet, do not twist it hard, so as not to lose the fluff and affect the appearance. The correct cleaning method should be to press off the water with both hands or let it dry naturally, so that the appearance of the flocked fabric can be maintained.
Curtain heads and draperies are soaked in water, then washed with warm water with soda, and then washed twice with mild detergent water or soapy water. Gently rub when washing, and finally rinse with water. Arrange for drying and place on a clean table or frame.