Storage methods of various clothing:
(1) Cotton and linen clothing: When storing, clothes must be washed, dried, flattened, closets, cabinets, and polyethylene bags must be kept clean and dry to prevent mildew. White clothing and dark clothing should be stored separately to prevent staining or yellowing.
(2) Silk clothing: To prevent moisture and dust during storage, cover the clothing with a layer of cotton or wrap the silk clothing. White clothing cannot be placed in camphor boxes or camphor pills, otherwise it will be yellowed easily.
(3) Woolen clothing: After wearing a variety of woolen clothing for a period of time, dry it and pat it to remove dust. Store in a dry place when not wearing. Should be hung for storage, and the fabric should be turned out to prevent weathering and wind marks. Before storage, it should be brushed or washed, ironed, dried, and ventilated for one day. High-end woolen clothes should be hung in the closet, and do not overlap, so as not to deform and affect the appearance. When storing all-wool or blended clothing, wrap the camphor pills in tissue paper and place them in your clothes pocket or in a wardrobe or box. Plush clothing should be stored separately from other clothing, so as not to lint or contaminate other clothing.
(4) Chemical fiber clothing: Man-made fiber clothing should be laid flat, and should not be hung for a long time, so as not to be stretched due to drape. When storing blended fabric garments containing natural fibers, put a small amount of camphor pills or insecticides, but do not touch them; for clothing made of synthetic fibers such as polyester and nylon, do not put camphor pills, and do not put sanitary balls, so as not to Naphthol causes damage to clothing and fabrics.