The principle of clothes drying is: different drying methods should be adopted according to different fabrics and different colors, so that the clothes will not be deformed or faded.
Silk fabric clothing: After washing, it should be placed in a cool and ventilated place to dry naturally, and it is best to face outwards. Because silk garments have poor sunlight resistance, they cannot be exposed to direct sunlight, otherwise the fabric will fade and the strength will decrease. This is especially true for clothing with darker or brighter colors. In addition, do not use fire to bake silk garments.
Pure cotton, cotton and linen fabric clothing: This type of clothing can generally be placed directly in the sun, because the strength of this type of fiber under the sun hardly decreases, or slightly decreases, but it will not be deformed. However, in order to avoid fading, it is best to face outwards.
Chemical fiber fabric clothes: Chemical fiber clothes should not be exposed to sunlight after washing. Because acrylic fiber is easy to change color and yellow after exposure; nylon, polypropylene and man-made fibers are easy to age when exposed to sunlight; polyester and Weilun will accelerate the photochemical pyrolysis of fibers under the action of sunlight and affect the life of the fabric. Therefore, it is better to dry chemical fiber clothes in the shade.
Woolen fabric clothing: After washing, place it in a cool and ventilated place to allow it to dry naturally, with the reverse side facing outward. Because the surface of the wool fiber is a scaly layer, the natural oleylamine film on the outside gives the wool fiber a soft luster. If exposed to the sun, the oleylamine film on the surface will deteriorate due to high temperature oxidation, which will seriously affect its appearance and service life.