1. The treatment of washing the linen of the washing machine with “coloring and stringing”
If the colored clothes are made of cotton, linen or chemical fiber, they can be treated with very light chlorine bleach. The specific method is: each piece of clothing needs to use about 20 liters of cold water, add about 5 ml of “84 Disinfectant” and 1-2 ml of neutral detergent, stir evenly, put the clothing in, turn it over and immerse all in the water. After that, turn it every 5-10 minutes, and keep all the clothes immersed in water. After 2-4 hours, the color string can be removed. If the color-matched clothes are wool or silk textiles, neutral detergents must be used for color peeling. The specific method is: each piece of clothing needs to use about 8-10 liters of hot water at 70-80℃, add 60-80ml of neutral detergent, stir well and carry the clothes for repeated washing. If the cross-color is serious, you can repeat the operation after changing the water to remove the cross-color.
2. Washing the “flowers” of the washing machine linen
The so-called “flower” means that the color of some parts becomes lighter after washing. Most of them are caused by excessive force during washing, uneven operation, uneven brushing, and high water temperature. Slight “flowers” can be spread on a clean, flat platen, scrub twice with a little force, and then add a small amount of sodium hydroxide (half a tablespoon per 5 liters of solution) in the hot light soap solution, and then put the clothes on the soap The liquid can be swept up and down several times quickly, and the more serious “flowers” have to be re-stained. When washing pure cotton lint garments, first cold soak and pre-wash the clothes, and then scrub the heavily soiled parts with soap. The local brushing force should be light to prevent local decolorization and corduroy depilation. After scrubbing, the clothes can be washed with detergent for 15 minutes at room temperature, and finally rinsed with warm and cold water, dehydrated and dried. 3. Washed down bedding
The down in the down bedding absorbs water containing a large amount of detergent, and during the drying process, it will flow to the local surface that dries quickly. The water mark is the trace of the dirty detergent deposited on the surface of the clothes. If you want to wash down bedding without water marks, you must first control the amount of detergent, increase the washing temperature appropriately, and clean the excess water to solve the problem of detergent residue.