In life, we wear clothes or leather shoes, car seats, soft bags, background walls and other microfiber leather products. It’s very easy to encounter oil stains when eating, so share a few ways to deal with oil stains.
- When cleaning the product, you can directly brush the oil stains with detergent. If it is not black, red and other dark color fabrics, you can gently brush with washing powder.
- Pure white fabric can be removed by directly brushing the oil stains with a toothbrush with dilute bleach (1:10 dilution).
- Soak with detergent for 10 minutes (add 6 drops of detergent to each basin of water and stir evenly), and then make routine treatment.
- Before cleaning, dilute it with oxalic acid, wipe the contaminated part with a toothbrush, and then conduct routine treatment.
Treatment method of fabric fading (except black fabric):
- Soak in concentrated brine for 1 minute
- Change the salt water into clean water and gently brush with soapy water.
Treatment of mildew:
- Soak in warm soapy water at 40 ℃ for 10 minutes, and then conduct routine treatment. For products with pure white fabrics, after soaking in soapy water, put the moldy place in the sun for 10 minutes, and then conduct routine treatment.
- If there are a few wrinkles or cracks in the leather bag, you can apply some egg white first, and then apply oil. If it is a large wrinkle, you can fill the wrinkle with paraffin. Iron with an iron.
- The zipper on the clothes sometimes gets stuck and can’t be pulled. At this time, you can apply some soap or wax on it, and the zipper can be pulled.
- After nearly half a year’s storage, the cortical fibers in the super fiber leather are prone to dry and brittle, and the bottom shrinks and deforms. At this time, don’t rush to hard use. Brush a layer of water on the bottom. The bag will stretch out naturally every other day and return to its original state.