Overcoming Water

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Saturate the most contaminated areas (usually collars and cuffs sleeves) and sections stained with detergent solution. Leave the product for 15 minutes, then wash as usual. Soak the jerseys: Knitted stuff is not recommended to soak for a long time, no more than 20 minutes. Water for soaking should be cool, it's better to be cold than chur hot, because hot water sits and knits dumped. Hand wash jerseys: It is advisable to wash all hosiery by hand and squeeze and do not rub.

Wool fibers are cleaned fairly easily, so woolen wash quickly, gently squeezing. Knitted wool and not rub on them otherwise you may get pellets, also can stretch and squeeze them in order to avoid loss of shape of your favorite things. Machine washing jerseys: For washing machines through a jersey you need to install wash temperature no higher than 40 degrees and choose sparing regimen. Knitted items should be washed in soft water. If water is hard, add a solution for washing a teaspoon of baking soda. Rinse Knitwear: For the first rinse water Knitwear necessarily have the same temperature as the wash. Rinse to carefully to the fabric had no detergent (during the dry residues of detergent can damage the color of the product) The final rinse water to add liquid rinse, which removes static electricity and gives the product fluffiness.

Spin jersey: Overcoming jersey better in a centrifuge, it is wrapped in a towel and squeeze until semi-dry state. The most optimal way, it is not pressing knitwear and expand it on a clean sheet when the sheet gets wet replace it, so you give the water to drain itself and not to damage the knitting fabric shrinking or stretching. Drying jerseys: dried at room temperature, spread out on a flat surface. Straighten and put the product, giving it an initial shape, a flat base. The dried product may be slightly otparit iron. If the thing with a long nap, need to iron with seamy side, but the relief pattern. When steaming, they become flat. After drying, remove the special machine with a brush or pellets with your jerseys.

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