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Different materials of curtain cleaning method.
Apr 13, 2018

The curtain wash is not as frequent as washing clothes, but dirty still must wash out the besmirch in time. The dirty of curtain is mainly dust is given priority to, material is different, the method that cleans is different also.

1. The curtains made of ordinary cloth can be cleaned with wet cloth or washed in clean water or washing machine according to normal methods, using neutral detergent. Easily shrunk fabrics should be dry-cleaned.

2. The curtain of canvas is not dry after cleaning, so it is not suitable to wash directly in the water. It is advisable to use a sponge to rub some warm water or soap solution back and forth, and then roll it up after drying.

3. The velvet curtain is dirty, first immerse the curtain in the neutral cleaning fluid, then put it on the diagonal shelf with the light pressure and wash it, and let the water drip dry automatically.

4. Static flocking curtain (shading fabric) is not very easy to get dirty. However, if you do not wash or scrub it in water, just dip it in a cotton gauze and gently rub it with alcohol or gasoline. If the flannelette is too wet, do not wring it hard, lest the fluff should be taken off, affecting the appearance. The correct cleaning method should be to press the water with both hands or let it dry naturally, so that the face of flocking fabric can be maintained.

5. Ordinary suede curtain cloth art, it is very easy to absorb dust, dust but only on the surface adhesion, disassembled, gently shake the curtains, dust will fall naturally, then add with detergent water soak for about 15 minutes. Press the water with your hand gently, and do not wring it dry so that the water will drip dry.

6. Soak the curtains and curtains with water, then wash them with warm water with baking soda, then wash them twice with mild detergent or soap. Gently rub the wash and rinse with water.

7. Cotton linen fabric curtain fabric, can be directly in the washing machine, with neutral lotion, preferably with a little neutral clothing softener. Try to keep straight when drying. For some easily shrunk cotton linen drapes, it's best to dry clean.