Flannel blankets cannot be washed in the washing machine.
Because flannel contains wool, although most fabrics are shrunk during production, care should be taken to avoid shrinkage when washing. When washing, it is best to choose warm or cold water. Do not use hot water as it will shorten and stiffen the wool. The best way to wash is by hand in cold water to minimize damage to the fabric.
When washing flannel, use a mild detergent instead of bleach. Because bleach contains chloride, it will destroy the raw materials of the fabric and cause the fabric to turn yellow. Secondly, do not wash the flannel by hand with a brush, which will damage the fluff of the fabric, and excessive force will cause the fluff to fall off. After washing, rinse with clean water, dehydrate and expose to the sun in a ventilated place.
Features of flannel fabric:
1. Wide range of uses
Flannel is versatile. In addition to making clothes, it can also be used to make quilts or other fabric products. Bright color, clean and elegant, no pilling, soft to the touch. Favored by people. Blue velvet clothes know that their fabric is much better than ordinary clothes.
2. Cotton fleece for warmth
Blended with wool, flannel is one of the best clothing fabrics out there. The suede is covered with a rich, fine, clean pile. Material selection to workmanship is strictly controlled. It has the characteristics of a variety of fluff materials, warm, breathable, super skin-friendly, no pilling, and no fading.
3. Generous colors
The flannel color is simple and elegant, divided into light gray, medium gray, and dark gray. It is suitable for making men's and women's jackets and trousers in spring and autumn. The surface of the flannel is covered with a layer of plump, fine, and clean fluff, without texture, soft and smooth to the touch, and slightly thinner than Melton. After sanding, the hand feels plump and the suede is fine.