The amount of curtains used is very large, so it is impossible to prepare many sets. Therefore, be careful when using and cleaning to avoid damage to the curtain fabric.
The curtains that have been hanging for a long time are contaminated by dust and need to be cleaned. The following cleaning methods will help you a bit. Curtains made of ordinary fabrics can be scrubbed with a damp cloth, or they can be washed in clean water or in a washing machine in a conventional manner, using a neutral detergent. Fabrics that are easily shrunk should be cleaned as much as possible. It is not convenient to contact the seller in order to enlarge the size and achieve a large degree of ironing.
Canvas or linen curtains are difficult to dry after washing, so it is not suitable to wash directly in the water. It is best to use a sponge to wash some warm water or soap solution back and forth, and then roll it up after drying.
The velvet curtains are dirty. Soak the curtains in a neutral cleaning solution, gently press them by hand, wash them, and place them on a slanted shelf to allow the water to drip automatically.
Electrostatic flocking curtains (shading fabrics) are less prone to dirt and do not require frequent cleaning. However, if cleaning should not be washed in the water or brushed, just wipe it off with cotton gauze and alcohol or gasoline. If the flannel is too wet, do not twist it tightly to avoid the fluff being removed and affecting the appearance. The correct method of cleaning should be to press the water with both hands or let it dry naturally so that the flocking fabric can be maintained.
The curtain head and cockroach are soaked in water, then washed with warm water added with soda, and then washed twice with mild detergent or soapy water. Gently rub when washing, and finally rinse with water. When you are drying, you need to arrange it and put it on a clean table or frame.