Towel factory knowledge of towel maintenance

by:Ruifu Qifeng     2020-05-19
The place where the towel is placed should be kept ventilated and dry to prevent spots or breed various bacteria and increase the life of the towel. After using it for a while, you can wash it with water and alkaline detergent, add an appropriate amount of vinegar to soak for 10 minutes, rinse with water, and it will be very fluffy after drying. Do not use bleach to bleach household towels, so as not to hurt the skin, to avoid discoloration of colored towels. ?Towels are prone to contaminate bacteria for long-term use. For health reasons, they must be replaced in a timely manner. Generally speaking, personal towels should be replaced in about 30 days, and no more than 40 days. Of course, ordinary families will not be so frequent, then you can consider the disinfection of towels, because towels are often contaminated with human secretions, including many pathogenic microorganisms, such as Chlamydia trachomatis, Staphylococcus aureus Cocci and mold, etc. Therefore, disinfection is recommended every week. ????The most commonly used disinfection method: First, the steaming disinfection method, the towel is first boiled in boiling water for about 10 minutes, and then washed with soapy water, and then it can be used after drying; Second, the microwave disinfection method, the towel is cleaned and folded Put it in a microwave oven and run it for 5 minutes to achieve the purpose of disinfection. Three is the high-pressure steam disinfection method. Put the towel in the pressure cooker and keep it heated for about 30 minutes to kill most of the microorganisms. The fourth is the chemical disinfectant disinfection method. However, it is rarely used by ordinary households. The disinfectant can be selected as a disinfectant 200 times diluted, soak the towel in the solution for 15 minutes, take it out and rinse with clean water, remove the residual disinfectant, and then use it again after drying.
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