How to care for coat

Coat Care

A few minutes a week devoted to a simple cleaning of your coat allows keeping its attractive appearance for longer.

Inspect your clothes regularly, trying not to miss dirty or greasy stains. Wool reacts well to regular laundry and dry cleaning, according to product care instructions, indicated on the label of the sewing factory Millennium.

Avoid wearing the same coat two days in a row. Clothes need a rest, in which the resilient and elastic natural fiber will restore its attractive appearance.

After removing the coat, do not forget to take out the contents of its pockets. It is recommended to keep the coat in a cool and ventilated room. Never hang a coat in too cramped cupboard. Besides, the hanger sizes should correspond to your clothes sizes.

Wet woolen clothes requires immediate drying, away from direct sources of heating; never dry woolen clothes in front of an open fire, on a radiator or in direct sunlight. Never dry woolen clothes in the drum.

Overheating makes the fiber brittle and lead to shrinkage of clothing.Выведение пятен 


Stain removing 

If any liquid got on woolen clothes, you need to act quickly, regardless of whether will you be engaged in removing stains on your own or will you take the clothes to dry cleaning. Remember: wool is one of the most persistent natural fibers thanks to protective shell that defend it from dust and dirt.

In case when coloring liquid gets on woolen clothes, immediately put on the spot clean, dry, absorbent cloth. Never pour warm water on a greasy spot.

If you want to cope with the problem of cleaning yourself, remove different types of stains using relevant instructions. It is recommended to test the response of color and fabric structure on the impact of cleaning. You’d better choose crease or seam on the inner side of the product for this test. After cleaning, rinse the product with cold water.

Alcoholic beverages (except red wine):

Carefully remove the excess stain with an absorbent cloth. Wipe the stain with swab dipped in a mixture of warm water and rubbing alcohol in equal proportions.

Black coffee, tea:

Mix alcohol and white vinegar in equal proportions. Dab the spot with tampon moistened in this mixture, then gently wipe the stain with an absorbent cloth.

Blood:

Quickly dab the stain with a damp swab and remove the excess blood. Gently wipe the stain with undiluted dining alcohol.

Butter, oil, gravy:

If grease spot formed primarily remove the excess weight using a spoon or a knife. Then dab the stain with tampon soaked in an appropriate liquid for dry cleaning.

Chocolate, coffee with milk, tea with milk:

Dab the edge of the spot with tampon moistened in white spirit; continue as removing spots of black coffee. Gently wipe the stain with a cloth soaked in white spirit. Repeat the cleaning again, rubbing the spot with a cloth soaked in vinegar.

Fruit, juice, red wine:

Quickly dab the stain with a tampon soaked in a mixture of rubbing alcohol and water (in proportion three to one).

Grass:

Thoroughly rinse the stain with soap and water (a piece or granules), or gently wipe it with a cloth soaked in rubbing alcohol.

Ink, paste from ballpoint pen:

Wipe the stain with a cloth soaked in white spirit. Repeat, using a cloth soaked in white vinegar or rubbing alcohol.

Lipstick, cosmetic cream, shoe polish:

Gently wipe the stain with a cloth soaked in white spirit or turpentine.

Urine:

Spot should be removed as quickly as possible. Remove excess fluid with sponge, and then treat spot with undiluted vinegar. Continue as removing blood stains.

Wax:

Scrape off as much wax as you can. Put on the spot blotting paper and iron it carefully, putting the iron on "two points". Do not wash.


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