There are two kinds of washing methods for down jackets: local decontamination and whole washing.
① Local decontamination: use gas oil, trichlorethylene or detergent to decontaminate.
② Whole washing: Soak the down jacket in cold water for 10 minutes, take it out, rinse it in the washing liquid several times, and then rinse it with clean water.
The concentration of the washing liquid is about 2 to 5 grams of washing powder per kilogram of water. Do not use washing powder or soapy liquid that is too alkaline for immersion, so as to avoid degreasing and agglomeration of down and down.
In addition, down jackets should not be soaked for a long time, so as not to cause the decomposition of down protein fibers and produce peculiar smell. If you use a washing machine to dehydrate, you need to close the zipper. Down jackets should not be exposed to the sun or soaked in boiling water.
For heat-sensitive chemical fiber fabrics, especially Nisifang, etc., avoid high-temperature ironing or contact with high temperatures above 100°C to prevent the fabric from shrinking, hardening, becoming brittle or even melting. Repellents (camphor balls, etc.) should be put in storage.