How do I wash my clothes?
Linen fabric: Always try to hand-wash this type of material. Use a gentle swishing motion – never wring, twist or scrub the fabric. If you do not have the time to do so, make sure your washing machine is on the gentle cycle and do not crowd too many clothes when you want to wash the Linen Clothes. Make sure that any other items in the washing machine are similar to your linen clothes in terms of color, weight and washing instructions. Must be washed in lukewarm temperatures. Always try to dry your linen clothes flat. Hangers or clothespins can cause marks on the fabric, and may also cause the garment to lose its original shape.
Viscose: You can hand wash or machine wash viscose. But handwashing is the safest viscose washing method. Filled the tub with cool water, submerge the item and gently agitate the water with your hands to evenly distribute soap. Soak for up to 30 minutes. Rinse the item well with cool water; do not wring; instead, press the water out of the item and lay it in its natural shape to dry. For washing machine wise, turn the viscose item inside out, and place it in a mesh washing bag to avoid snags and tears. Select the delicate cycle on the washing machine, and make sure the water temperature is cold and the spin is on low.
Cotton: For best results, machine wash cotton clothes in cold or warm water. Do not use hot water as it may shrink the cotton. Use a normal wash cycle and regular detergent. Tumble dry on a low setting, then promptly remove the item from the dryer to avoid wrinkles.