Fabric Types and Care Methods for Clothing


Denim, also known as jeans, is a classic trend that remains popular in any season. Denim refers to a coarse twill cotton fabric and is one of the oldest materials. Jeans and denim outfits have always been at the forefront of fashion and are considered timeless and perpetually youthful. Denim is known for its durability, breathability, and comfort.

Care Instructions:

1. Avoid washing with water as the color may fade easily.

2. If washing is necessary, pre-treat the denim to retain color. Soak the jeans in a basin with water and add a small amount of white vinegar or salt. Let it soak for about half an hour.

3. Washing: Remember to wash the jeans inside out to minimize fading.

4. Drying: After washing, hang the jeans upside down from the waist and dry them in a well-ventilated area, avoiding direct sunlight exposure.


Wool has a full and soft hand feel, with excellent elasticity, strong moisture absorption, and good warmth.

The biggest drawback is pilling, which is unavoidable for all pure wool garments, making the maintenance of wool clothing more challenging.

Care Instructions:

1. Washing: Dry cleaning is preferable. If hand washing is recommended, use a wool-specific detergent and wash in 40℃ warm water. (Washing method: Turn the garment inside out, soak it in fully dissolved detergent for about 5 minutes, gently squeeze the garment until damp, and avoid rubbing.)

2. Storage: Wool has poor heat resistance and is susceptible to moth damage. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight or keeping it in damp places.

3. If pilling occurs: Use a professional lint remover to remove it.


Cashmere has a lightweight texture, is extremely skin-friendly and breathable. It combines lightness, softness, and warmth, with a naturally gentle hue. Moreover, cashmere sweaters have the highest water absorption among all textile fibers, do not shrink after washing, and maintain good shape.

Care Instructions:

1. Washing: Dry cleaning is preferable.

(If hand-washing: Use lukewarm water around 30 degrees Celsius, add specialized cashmere detergent, gently agitate the cashmere in the water, and after washing, gently press out the water or wrap in a towel to absorb moisture. Lay flat in a well-ventilated area to dry.)

2. Storage: After washing, ironing, and drying, store appropriately; protect from light exposure to prevent fading. Ensure regular ventilation, keep in a cool place, gently beat off dust, avoid dampness, and never expose to direct sunlight.

3. Pilling: Use scissors to gently remove any pills after washing. With subsequent washings, loose fibers will gradually shed, and the pilling phenomenon will diminish over time.


Corduroy, also known as "cord," "ribbed velvet," or "wale fabric," is highly popular for outerwear and trousers in autumn and winter, exuding a retro vibe.

Corduroy has a thick, soft texture and provides excellent warmth. The distinct wales are smooth, lustrous, even, and durable, but they can be prone to tearing.

Care Instructions:

1. Washing: Avoid vigorous rubbing or brushing with a hard-bristle brush. Instead, gently brush along the nap direction using a soft-bristle brush.

2. Storage: When storing, avoid placing heavy pressure on it to maintain the plush fullness and upright texture. Avoid ironing as well.


Minimalism continues to be a trend, and linen fabric is becoming increasingly sophisticated. Its breathable nature makes it a popular choice for summer clothing, and even in this year's autumn and winter, simple and natural linen remains a sought-after fabric. Linen fabric is breathable, has a natural luster, and is resistant to fading and shrinking.

It has temperature-regulating, hypoallergenic, and anti-static properties, as well as being antibacterial and resistant to moth damage. Linen also has excellent moisture absorption, capable of absorbing up to 20 times its weight in water, resulting in a dry and comfortable feel.

However, it does have some drawbacks such as a rougher texture, tendency to wrinkle easily, and poor drape.

Care Instructions:

1. Washing: For loosely woven linen shirts, hand washing is recommended. Avoid using bleaching agents. Dark-colored linen shirts should be washed separately in cold water for the first time.

2. Drying: It is advisable to air dry linen garments by spreading them flat in a shady area. During drying, ensure the surface remains smooth to prevent wrinkles. Avoid direct sunlight exposure to prevent fading; white linen shirts are prone to yellowing when exposed to sunlight.

3. Ironing: It is best to iron the linen in a slightly damp state and with moderate heat. Excessive drying and ironing can make the shirt stiff. After ironing, hang or lay the garment flat to allow it to dry naturally.


Cotton, a fabric that will never be abandoned at any time. Even with the popularity of technologically advanced fabrics and the use of various synthetic fibers by designers, the touch of pure cotton fabric remains the most comfortable, consistently caring for your skin.

Derived from cotton fibers and produced through textile processes, it possesses characteristics such as moisture absorption, retention, heat resistance, alkali resistance, and hygiene. It exhibits excellent moisture-wicking and heat-resistant properties, while providing a comfortable wearing experience.

Care Instructions:

1. Various detergents can be used for washing, either by hand or machine. Avoid vigorous rubbing during washing to prevent garment deformation. Do not directly pour laundry powder onto cotton fabrics to avoid localized discoloration.

2. Light-colored and white garments can benefit from soaking for 1-2 hours before washing to enhance stain removal. For dark colors, it is best to wash with cold water and avoid prolonged soaking to prevent fading.

3. For white garments, you can use a strong alkaline detergent for high-temperature washing, which has a bleaching effect. However, avoid soaking under hot water for intimate underwear to prevent yellow sweat stains.