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(1) Cotton and linen clothing: When storing, the clothes must be washed, dried, and flattened. The wardrobe, cabinet, and polyethylene packaging bags should be kept clean and dry to prevent mildew. White clothing and dark clothing are best separated when stored, to prevent staining or yellowing.
(2) Silk clothing: When collecting, for moisture and dust prevention, cover a layer of cotton cloth or wrap the silk clothing on the clothing surface. White clothing can not be placed in a coffin box, nor can you put a mothball, otherwise it is easy to yellow.
(3) Woollen clothing: After wearing a variety of woolen garments for a period of time, it is necessary to dry and beat to remove dust. Put it in a dry place when not wearing it. It should be hung and stored, and the fabric should be turned upside down to prevent fading and weathering. Before storage, it should be brushed or washed, ironed, dried, and ventilated for one day. High-grade woolen clothing, it is best to hang it in the closet, do not stack, so as not to deform and affect the appearance. When storing whole-wool or blended clothing, wrap the mothballs in thin paper and put them in your pocket or in a closet or box. Plush clothing should be stored separately from other clothing to avoid falling hair and staining other clothing.
(4) Chemical fiber clothing: Man-made fiber clothing should be laid flat, and should not be hung for a long time to avoid elongation due to overhang. When storing the blended fabrics containing natural fibers, you can put a small amount of mothballs or insecticides, but don't touch them; for synthetic fabrics such as polyester and nylon, you don't need to put the mothballs, and you can't put the hygienic balls, so as to avoid the two. Naphthol causes damage to clothing and fabrics.