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October 14 2014Explain the differencebetween ironing andOctober 10 2014What are the two products that can be used.
to clean your clothes when laundering What is the difference between the two What are the two types of bleach What isthe difference between the two October 9 2014.
Name four things shouldyou do before launderingyour clothes October 8 2014What four pieces of.
information must by lawbe included on clothing Caring for ClothesSection 19 4 Why is it important to.
care for your clothesProper care of clothesEnsures a neat personal appearanceClothes look betterClothes last longer.
Daily Clothing CareAs you dress andopen fasteners to avoidstraining garmentsavoid stains from.
makeup hair products sunscreens or skin gosphotodesign Shutterstock Daily Clothing CareWhen you undress .
inspect garments for stains rips missing buttons orhanging threadsset aside clothes with problems and take careof the problem before cleaning and wearing them againset aside items that need dry cleaning.
Laundering StepsProper launderingensures that garmentswill look their best andlast longer.
cleans garmentsremoves wrinklesremoves perspiration Stephen Coburn Shutterstock Read Care Labels.
Care Labeling Rule Federal Trade Commission FTC Must clearly identify the correct procedures forMust warn against care procedures likely to damageMust remain readable for the life of the garmentLabels of washable clothing must include.
washing methodwater temperaturedrying methoddrying temperaturetype of bleach that can be used safely.
use of ironironing temperatures Sort Clothes ProperlySeparate whitesWhite cotton linen hot water.
from colors and Permanent Press warmlight colors fromWash wash cold rinsebright or dark colors Cold water to prevent shrinkingtemperat and fading.
to prevent bleedingDegree SurfacHeavily vs lightly Separate lint soiled texturecatchers corduroy .
from lint producers terry cloth Terms to knowBleeding colors emitted to adjacentColorfast color will withstand washing .
dry cleaning perspiration rubbing and Prepare Clothes for LaunderingVisually inspect clothesRemove surface soil by shaking or brushingClose zippers and hooks.
prevent damage to fabrics or fastenersRepair snags and mend rips and tearsMay get worse during washing drying processCheck pocketsPretreat stains.
Easiest to remove when they are freshTest products in an inconspicuous area of the Understand Laundering ProductsSoaps and detergentsremove soil from fabrics.
Soaps work best in softDetergents work well inhard or soft waterLiquid or powder formAdd to water before.
clothing enters the washing Godunova Tatiana Shutterstock Understand Laundering ProductsBleach helps remove stains whitens disinfects and deodorizes.
Chlorine bleachDo not use on wool silk spandex ornoncolorfast fabricsweakens fabrics if used too often or tooconcentrated.
Use built in bleach dispenser or dilute beforeOxygen bleachRemoves stains and whitens clothesSafe for all washable fibers Understand Laundering.
Fabric SoftenersMade of surfactants coat surface of fabricwith thin filmReduce static electricityMake fabrics soft and fluffy.
Reduce wrinkling Using the WashingDistribute items evenlyDo not overload the washerSelect a suitable wash cycle.
Gentle delicate cyclePermanent press cycleRegular cycleSelect wash temperatureaccording to care labels.
Cold water rinse for allEnergy efficient Monkey Business Images Shutterstock Drying ClothesTumble dry.
Automatic dryersConvenient especially for large loadsClothes stay softer more comfortableChoose correct cycle regular permanent press air dry Never overload the dryer.
Causes wrinkles remove promptlyTake longer to dryClean the lint filter after each use fire hazard if not cleanedLine drying is recommended for some fabricsIndoors or outdoors.
Flat drying is used to avoid shrinking or stretching sweaters Ironing and PressingIroning is the process of moving an ironacross fabric to smooth wrinkles.
Done after launderingPressing is the process of lifting the ironup and down to apply pressure in one areaUsed on seams and curves as garments areTouch up wrinkles after laundering.
Heat settings based on fiber contentPrevent scorching melting Dry CleaningDry cleaning is a process that cleans clothes usingorganic chemical solvents water is not used.
mangostock Shutterstock continued Dry CleaningProfessional dry cleanersKnow how to treat various fabricsKnow how to treat most spots stains.
Inform cleaner of what the spot is and how old it ishttps www youtube com watch v ... Home in dryer kitsremove odors wrinkles and light stains in themay not remove all stains.
do not give a pressed look EnvironmentalAwareness in ClothingModern technology has developed laundry appliancesthat use energy and water very efficiently.
As a consumer you play a part in protecting theenvironmentDo laundry on off peak hoursBuy concentrated products and recycle containersAdjust water level to size of load.
Use colder temperature when possible rinse cycle Clean lint filter on dryerDo not overload dryerRemove from dryer promptly to avoid need for ironingDo ironing at one time to avoid heating the iron.
repeatedlyRecycle hangers from the dry cleaner Storing ClothesStore knit clothes indrawers to prevent.
stretching and saggingStore like garmentsGarments on hangersshould hang loosely in Carsten Reisinger Shutterstock.
Storing ClothesBefore hanging clothes close fasteners tokeep the shapeOff season storage under bed boxesWhen storing out of season clothes .
protect them from possible insect damage moths crickets Cedar chests closetsMoth balls Storing Clothes.
Use specialty hangers whennecessary to help garmentsretain their best shapecoat hangerspant skirt hangers.
foam hangers Petr Malyshev ShutterstockRead Care Labels. Care Labeling Rule, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Must clearly identify the correct procedures for upkeep. Must warn against care procedures likely to damage the item. Must remain readable for the life of the garment. Labels of washable clothing must include. washing method. water temperature. drying method. drying temperature

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