Cotton - plant fiber, which is produced from the cotton plant. Cotton fibers are often processed into thread, which is used for the manufacture of soft, breathable textile, from which clothing, linens, towels are made. Cotton products are very strong, well withstand washing and ironing, easy to absorb moisture, but may shrink after the washing, need a long time to dry. For washing the items from white cotton - universal detergent can be used. For color cloths - soft detergents without any bleachers. Cotton is better to iron when it is not much dry. Products with a decorative trim are recommend hanging to dry being wet. Iron cotton with hot temperature using steam or humidifiers.
Linen cloths are good for the body: hygroscopic, maintains optimum body temperature, not electrified, protects against bacteria. The products that are made of colored fabric or have decorative trimmings can be washed with the recommended maximum temperature 60 degrees on sparing mode with usual detergents without bleach. Please note that the products of flax after washing and drying may shrink. Iron linens with hot temperature using steam or humidifiers.
Washing of embroidered cloths:
Caring for embroidered cloths involves washing in warm soapy water with conventional detergent and a temperature no more then 60 degrees. Do not use any bleaching agents (chlorine, peroxide, etc.). Such things should be washed very carefully, gently rub the only places where there is no embroidery. Washed product should immediately rinse out in warm water, gently wring out and shake. Then you can put them for a few minutes in cold water with some vinegar. Again, wring out and shake. Drying should be straightened as a seamy side. Iron embroidered cloths with the seamy side only, put also soft fabric under the embroidery, covered with white cloth top. When ironing - move the tool along the warp threads to the fabric with embroidery are not distorted. If you follow these recommendations, embroidery will stay attractive for a long time.