Clothing has very obvious seasonal characteristics, so every change of season means that the clothing needs to be replaced, and the unneeded clothing can only be placed in the cabinet and waited for the season to be used again in the coming year. However, in the process of storing clothes, we must pay attention to some details of the storage, otherwise some bad things may happen to the clothes.
Nurse uniform is a kind of work clothes. Its value reflects more than the appearance. It is more comfortable to wear and some functions that it should have. As a kind of clothing, nurse clothes also have very seasonal characteristics.
When winter comes, the nurse clothes worn in summer need to be stored. Irregular treatment methods will cause various problems with the clothes. The following editor will talk about the places that need to be paid attention to when storing nurse clothes of different materials. .
1. Maintenance of cotton and linen clothing: This kind of clothing must be moisture-proof and mildew-proof, so it must be washed and dried before collection, and collected in dark and light colors to avoid mutual dyeing. Clothes that have been stored for a long time cannot be worn for a long time after being taken out. They should be exposed to the sun for a period of time, otherwise not only the life span of the clothes will be shortened, but also the comfort of wearing will be affected.
2. Maintenance of silk clothing: The key point of silk is to prevent moisture. When washing, it should be gentle, less squeezed, and not twisted, and never exposed to the hot sun when drying. When storing it, wrap it in a cloth and place it in a dry and clean cabinet. It is not suitable to be hung and concealed, as it will deform due to its own weight. It should be noted that the white and pink nurse uniforms should not be placed in camphor or in a camphor wooden box when storing them, as these will cause them to turn yellow.
3. Maintenance of woolen garments: Wash woolen garments before collection, dry-clean, iron, and dry (must be fully dried) and then put them away and dry them in a cool, dry place with good ventilation. The woolen cloth is hung in the closet to avoid deformation due to its own weight. Put mothballs in the wardrobe and pockets of clothes to prevent insects when storing.