If you have linen tablecloths and napkins, and you use them in your daily life, instead of using them only on special occasions, regular cleaning is required. While this is not a difficult chore, there are some special places to pay attention to cleaning linen and napkins, which will not harm the fabric.
Cleaning method of linen fabrics:
Fill the sink or wash basin with warm water, check the dosage guidelines for detergent or washing powder, and add an appropriate amount of lotion to the water according to the guidelines. If your napkin or napkin is pure white, add a few drops of bleach to the water and mix it with your hand so that it is fully dissolved in water.
Put the linen tablecloth in the pot, with the color in the same place, the white wash separately, and also notice not to wash too much at once. Gently rub and squeeze with both hands until the fabric is thoroughly cleaned.
Remove the linens, drain the water and rinse the basin until there is no residue left in it. Pour water into the basin again and put the linen tablecloth in. Clean the remaining lotion on the linens. If it is not cleaned at one time, you can wash it a few more times until there is no residue left.
Hang the linen home on the clothesline or stand on the clothes rack to dry, or in low temperature Settings to dry, before drying the linen home textile.
Linen tablecloths and napkins can also be machine-washed. When washing machine, be sure to set a gentle washing method and use neutral detergent. Also notice that the color and white linen tablecloth/napkin must be washed separately.