Maintenance of textile materials
Every fabric, every garment gets dirty with wear. The basis of all maintenance is the cleaning of the soiled garment, regeneration and subsequent care of the cleaned textile fibre. This care and regeneration ensures that the fibre regains its original properties after cleaning and the fabric remains as good as new for a long time. The main qualities for which the garment was purchased are preserved.
Since, as we have described in the article materials, types of fibres, each group of fibres needs different aftercare and regeneration after washing, it is obvious that a different detergent must be used for each group of fibres. It is clear from the above that the commonly available 'gentle' detergents that claim to be for wool and silk cannot properly treat and regenerate the fibres and their use is more likely to harm the fabric.
Why choose PAREX laundry detergents?
- All our laundry detergents are designed for both hand washing and machine washing.
- They all meet the strictest environmental standards and are also suitable for allergy sufferers.
- All types are strong concentrates, so only a small amount of detergent is needed for a single wash batch.