Flocking materials can only be cleaned with water-based […]
Flocking materials can only be cleaned with water-based detergents. The method is to apply a small amount of detergent to the contaminated flocking material, wait for 2-3 minutes, and gently rub from the inside to the outside in a circular motion until the stain is removed and let it dry naturally. Do not use a hair dryer to wait. After it is dry, use a soft brush to brush up the lint. Like velvet, this planting flocking material is prone to color changes and leaving traces, thereby improving the natural beauty of the flocking material. You can gently remove wrinkles with a steam console.
Basic cleaning steps:
1. After any liquid splashes on the fluff, immediately dry the surface of the fluff with a clean white soft cloth.
2. It is strictly prohibited to wipe and scrub the velvet.
3. Use 95% hot water plus 5% soap solution (mild detergent, no bleaching ingredients or bright ingredients), then dip a cloth in the solution, and gently work from the inside to the outside on the soiled part Rub the stain.
4. The cleaned area must be completely dried before use. Do not use a hair dryer to dry it.
5. Do not use solvent cleaners.