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Wet & dry cleaner guide

The information contained on the composition tag of a garment, can help us predict some of the possible setbacks due to the garment maintenance and use. The tag provides a lot of useful details on the possible presence of defects that are likely to become visible after laundering. Engineer Cianci collaborates with...
  Some garment defects can turn out after washing or wearing. It does not necessarily imply that they are caused by wrong care procedures. As a matter of fact, the cause could derive from poor quality or inadequate finishing operations that make fabrics unsuitable for tailoring. In this article, we are going to illustrate some defects caused both by intrinsic problems of ...
Sometimes a garment can be associated with something unpleasant because of how it smells. In this article we look at some of the more common causes of smells in textiles to show how they can be eliminated and/or prevented. We will begin by dividing smells in textiles into two categories,...
Who hasn’t carefully stored a pastel-colored seasonal garment only to discover later that it has developed an unsightly yellow stain? Or, gone shopping for a pair of bright white pants and discovered they have a straw-colored stain where they came into contact with the clothes hanger? The yellowing of white...
Color fastness by Roberta Binotto Whenever textiles are laundered at home or professionally, we expect their color to be unaffected by the water, organic solvents, detergent, temperature, or mechanical agitation involved in the process. We also do not expect color to bleed out and stain other articles in the same load. In...
“Care” instructions, in other words the directions that must be followed in order to keep a product in good condition, is a constant challenge for textile sector operators. In fact, when dealing with care labels for clothing garments, the situation is anything but simple. Just being able to define the...
Silk is a natural fiber of animal origin, produced by caterpillars   commonly known as “silkworms”, which are actually larvae of the Bombyx Mori moth. The Bombyx caterpillar secretes a continuous double strand of sticky raw silk from its two large salivary glands and spins it in a figure eight...