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Duties on textiles and clothing

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1. 100% cotton T
Pants 98% cotton, 2% lycra
Linen 90% cotton, 10% elastane
BH 80% polyamide, 20% elastane
Panties 95% cotton, 5% elastane
Jacket 44% acrylic, 30% wool, 24% nylon

4. You can switch to home clothes when you get home from work / school. To hang clothes on the right kind of hanger is also a tip. One should let the clothes 'rest' and not wear the same clothes every day, as some materials are sensitive and can wear out. One should let the clothes hang in the fresh air (ex. Balcony) before you hang them into the closet. Protect your clothes away stubborn stains. You should never delete soiled clothing, dust and dirt will be pressed into the garment, and there is then a risk that you never get it clean again. Wash when behhövs! But do not let clothing get too dirty. Always check the care instructions on the clothes!

Close zippers and Velcro before washing. Add småplagg in a special Pasa when you wash, otherwise they may be damaged. Use a special mesh bag or pillowcase when washing an underwire bra. Do not let the clothes soak! Therefore avoid hand washing. Garments with padding must be dried quickly after washing, preferably in the dryer. Test the iron on a tab that is hidden in the garment if you are unsure of what temperature you want. If the pressure of clothing disappeared or ruptured after following the washing instructions - complain! If your clothes become soiled or washed out as a smart and inexpensive way to dye them. Never put dirty clothes in the closet, they attract pests. Sniff, shake and brush your clothes often so pests do not take a liking to your wardrobe.
5. Italy and China were the only one I could find.

6. Woven fabric fraställer man with loom. When you weave fabric uses a yarn systems crossing each other at right angles.

When manufacturing knitted fabrics, use a knitting machine. When knitting hosiery yarn forming loops that engage each other and thus bonded together.

7. Natural fabrics

Natural fabrics come from plants and animals. Cotton comes from the cotton shrub grown in the warmer countries. Lin comes from Linblomman grown, including in Europe. Ramie produces out of china grass that is one meter long nässelväxt. China grass grown in South and East Asia. Wool fabric is an animal fiber that is made of, inter alia, sheepskin. The silk
comes from the mulberry butterfly thread that makes the butterfly's chrysalis.

Synthetic fibers are made from chemical raw materials, such as petroleum and coal. Artificial fibers come in two different varieties. One composed of cellulose, it includes viscose and modal. The second regenatfibret consists of cellulose acetate, it includes acetate and triacetate.

a.) Cotton comes from the cotton shrub grown in the warmer countries, the biggest cotton producers are China, the former Soviet Union, USA, India, Pakistan, Egypt, Brazil, Sudan and several other countries in Latin America. The oldest cotton tissues found in India, they were over 5000 years old.

b.) its best ability is to absorb moisture. Fabric "breathes" so it is cool in the heat. Cotton also has strong wear resistance and high wet strength, ie, the material is stronger wet than dry. One drawback to cotton fabrics is that they become wrinkled easily and they can shrink more than 10% in the wash.

c.) It should be washed at 60 ° C and ironed at high heat.

d.) Jeans, T-shirts, sheets, lingerie and children's clothing are some of the garments are made of naturfibret cotton.

e.) It feels cool because it "breathes". It is soft and smooth.
a.) Lin comes from linörten. Linblomman is grown mainly in the former Soviet Union, China, Romania, France, Belgium, Holland and Ireland. The latter four are the countries with the best quality and therefore constitute the largest part of linexporten.

b.) Linen fabric switches off dirt and is easily cleaned but can not handle such high washing temperature cotton. It feels cool in the heat and it is good to mix linen with other textile fibers. Linen also has great moisture absorption capacity.

c.) linen to be washed in the 30 - 60 degrees, or in hand washing to avoid the garment shrinks. Warm mangling and tumble damaging the fibers.

d.) Its multiple features that flax can be used not only to clothes, but also the banknote paper, building materials, reinforcement in plastics and technical dust filter.

e.) The sting and feel, as well as cotton cool in the heat.

In order to enable consumers to choose materials that have been produced in as environmentally friendly a way as possible.

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