1. Cotton and linen fabrics have strong alkali resistance and high temperature resistance, and can be washed with various soaps or detergents.
2. Woolen fabrics are more difficult to wash. If they are not mastered, they will shrink and deform, feel stiff or lose elasticity. The washing temperature should not be too high, generally below 40℃ to prevent felt shrinkage and decrease in elasticity. Wool is poorly resistant to alkalis. Use soap flakes or neutral detergent when washing. Don't expose it to strong sunlight after washing to prevent loss of luster and elasticity and loss of strength.
3. When clothing is stored, it must be washed and kept dry and low temperature to prevent mold growth.