Polyester Curtain Fabric Wholesaler Introduces The Cleaning Kno

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    Curtains are the first line of blocking dust. If they are not cleaned for a long time, allergens such as dust, mold and mites can easily hide on the curtains, which is very harmful to people with allergic rhinitis and asthmatic diseases! Curtains should be washed at least once every six months. In spring and summer, because windows are often opened, it is best to wash them every three months. Polyester Curtain Fabric Wholesaler introduces the cleaning requirements of different material curtains:

    1. Clean the fabric curtains, use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust and mold on the surface. Remove the curtains, put them in the washing machine, and wash with some neutral detergent and fabric softener. Fabric softener can be bought in general supermarkets (usually you can use a vacuum cleaner to clean the curtains)


    2. Wash window screens skillfully. The fabric fibers of window screens are relatively thin. If the mechanical washing method with too much force is used, it is easy to cause fiber breakage. So never put the window screens in the washing machine. Pour the laundry detergent directly into warm water and wash twice. Pour the milk on the cleaned window screens, soak for 1 hour and rinse them off to make the color of the window screens brighter.

    3. You can also clean the screens with old newspapers. The specific steps are as follows: mix washing powder with 100ml milk, pour 3 times the water, stir well and set aside. Use tape to stick the four corners of the newspaper, fix it on the screen window, and then use a brush dipped in detergent to moisten the newspaper, or indirectly use a watering can to spray it more quickly. Wait five minutes, and then uncover the newspaper and it's OK. Use a paper towel to cover up the area covered by the newspaper, and wipe it clean and there will be no dust at all.

    4. To wash the blinds skillfully, before cleaning the blinds, you must first prepare a detergent, and mix the baking soda and vinegar in a ratio of 1:3. Put on rubber gloves, then put on work gloves, soak some detergent, and then clamp the blades with your fingers, and directly wipe the blinds. (You can use a scouring pad for dishwashing if you don’t have gloves.) Even the corners can be easily handled with a single swipe.

    Through the above introduction, Flame Retardant Curtain Fabric Manufacturers hopes that you can simply refer to the content of this article in future use.