Raincoats are mainly made of nylon and polyvinyl chloride. People usually do not pay attention to cleaning raincoats during use, which greatly reduces their service life. I teach you how to clean them.
Dark spots on the raincoat may be moldy or greasy. At this time, you can use a soft brush with water or detergent to scrub. After the raincoat is used, it is best to wipe it with a dry cloth and then dry it naturally. Dryer is not allowed. Do not expose the raincoat directly to the blazing sun, as the waterproof layer will often bubble off and lose its waterproof effect. Do not rub the raincoat when washing it, as this will separate the polyvinyl chloride and nylon cloth, resulting in air infiltration and foaming. If the surface of the raincoat is dirty, wipe it with a damp cloth. Do not use washing powder, bleach or strong alkaline soap if the water-spray coating is still on.
The surface of the new raincoat has a water-repellent coating, which allows rainwater to form droplets on the raincoat and shortens the drying time. To protect the water-repellent coating, it can only be wiped and dried or rinsed with clean water. However, after more than 10 times of use, the water-sprayed coating will naturally fall off due to rain washing, and other maintenance methods can be used at this time.