Remember the five steps for washing down jackets in the washing machine. Perhaps someone told you in the past that down jackets cannot be washed in a washing machine, but now tells you that this concept has been subverted. Down jackets can be washed in a washing machine, but there are some details before putting them in the washing machine. Pay more attention. Empty most of the water, and then put it in clean water and rinse it several times until it is clean; Reconstitute the softening conditioner for clothes in water, and soak the down jacket in it for several minutes. First of all, pull the zipper well and stick the devil felt well, so as not to accidentally hook and cause damage during the washing process. Before going to the formal cleaning, remember the five major steps of dipping, brushing, washing, stripping and drying:

Soaking: Before throwing into the washing machine, soak the down jacket with water. This is because the weight of the down jacket is light and there is a lot of air. If it is directly placed in the washing machine, it will often float on the water.
Brush: Check whether there is dirt on the down jacket. If there is dirt, you can use cold detergent and a soft hair laundry brush to gently brush off the dirt.
Washing: Put the down jacket in the washing machine and wash it at a low speed.
Dehydration: The dehydration time should not be too long, about 30 seconds is good, and the dehydration should be done at a low speed.
Drying: After washing, hang it in a cool and ventilated place to dry, but in the process of drying, you should often pat the down jacket to avoid clumping or uneven down.

Down jackets can be used with low-temperature drying and dehumidifiers to accelerate drying. When preparing to wash or dry the down jackets, you can look at the washing label. If it can be dried, remember to choose low-temperature drying. Not only will it not damage the clothes, but also leave residues. The temperature feels quite comfortable to the touch. If you are in a place with a lot of winter rain in the north, you can also use a dehumidifier to speed up the drying.

Things to avoid when cleaning down jackets:
1. When cleaning, wash at a low speed and dehydrate at a low speed, so as not to damage the down jacket and expose the down due to the strong force of the washing machine.
2. When washing down garments, do not use bleach, and it is best not to use detergent. Because of the low temperature in winter, the washing powder is often incompletely dissolved, and it is easy to remain on the fiber of the down jacket.
3. When drying, put it in a cool and ventilated place, do not expose it to direct sunlight, so as not to damage the down material.

Washing down jackets yourself is easier than you think. Down jackets can be washed in a washing machine, but before putting them in the machine, remember to pay attention to some small details.
1. First pull the zipper and stick the devil felt, so as not to accidentally hook it and cause damage during the washing process.
2. Because the down jacket is light in weight and has a lot of air, if it is put directly into the washing machine, it will often “float” on the water. So before throwing it into the washing machine, soak the down jacket with water.
3. Check whether there is any dirt on the down jacket. The dirty area can be washed gently with cold detergent and a soft hair washing brush.
4. Put the down jacket in the washing machine and wash it at a weak speed.
5. The dehydration time should not be too long, just about 30 seconds.
6. After washing, it can be hung to dry, but the down jacket should be patted frequently during the drying process to avoid clumping or uneven down.

Remind everyone of some tips when washing! !
1. When cleaning, wash at a low speed and dehydrate at a low speed, so as not to damage the down jacket and expose the down due to the strong force of the washing machine.
2. Look at the washing label, if it can be dried, remember to choose low temperature drying. Or you can use a desiccant to accelerate drying.
3. When washing down garments, do not use bleach, and it is best not to use detergent. Because of the low temperature in winter, the washing powder is often incompletely dissolved, and it is easy to remain on the fiber of the down jacket.
4. When drying, put it in a cool and ventilated place, don’t direct sunlight with strong light, so as not to damage the down material. As long as you master the above points and pay attention to the relevant precautions, it is really not difficult to wash down jackets yourself.