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Clothing Care and Laundry Products Apparel Development 1 Objectives 7.01 and 8.01
Every day laundry care Hang it up Fold it Put it away Check for stains and repairs
Storing out of season clothing Clean Dry (so no mildew) Storage boxes (not plastic) Do NOT hang sweaters Pest protector (moth balls)
Sorting Clothes Color Fabric Type (light weight, knits) Washing method (gentle, regular) Water temperature (cold is good)
Before Washing Pockets Fastener Closures
Drying clothes Fabric Type
Removes Stains Before washing = prewash Whitens, brightens = bleach Safe on colored clothing = non-chlorine bleach (clorox 2, vivid) Protein stains = presoak
Laundry Products Controls and eliminates bacteria = disinfectant Stiffens fabric = starch Reduce static electricity = fabric softener (in rinse cycle or dryer)
Stain removal Blood = cold water soak Remove gum = ice and scrape Pen ink = hair spray
Bell Ringer Do you do your own laundry? If so, do you sort your clothes and read labels before you wash them? NOTEBOOK CHECK- 10 stamps starting on 12/8.
Laundry. Supplies Detergent or Soap Stain Remover Fabric Softener Bleach Thread, Needles, Buttons.
Apparel 1 – 2.02 Clothing Care and Doing Laundry.
Clothing Care Chapter 17 page 258. Routine Care Why set aside specific time to care for clothing? Learning about clothing care will help you save money.
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Teen Living Objective Suggest specific techniques for care of clothing.
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2.02 Explain ways to care for apparel. Sorting clothes Weight- Sturdy cotton, Knits, & Delicate Color- White, Light color, & Darks Heavily Soiled-
Laundry 101 and Clothing Care. The 4 Steps of Laundry Step 1- Sort out the laundry Sort into colors Darks, Whites, Pastels Sort by type Towels.
1 Clothing Care Basics Chapter Have you ever washed something and the stain didn’t come out??? Pulled on a pair of jeans and found a tear in the.
Fabrics and Colors Washing Machine Cycle Detergents and other Laundry Additives Dryer Cycle.
Caring for clothes oDevelop a daily routine oDon’t throw them in the floor!!!!! oOpen fasteners when removing oProtect against stains: makeup, sunscreen,
Family and Consumer Sciences presents the Seventh Grade.
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Laundry and Stain Removal. Basic Clothing Care 1.Read labels and treat clothes accordingly. 2.Washing Wears out clothing. 3.Hot water gets clothes the.
Laundry 101 and Clothing Care. The 4 Steps of Laundry Step 1- Sort out the laundry Sort into colors Darks, Brights, Whites/Pastels Sort by type.
L AUNDRY. Why do we need clean clothes? Why is it necessary to know how to do your own laundry?
Chapter 18 Caring for Clothes. Clothing Storage Store apparel items as close as possible to the place where they will be used or put on. It is recommended.
Fibers and Their Characteristics A brief overview of today’s natural and manufactured fibers.
1 Taking Care of Clothes Chapter Real Life Application After hearing her mother again tell her to pick her clothes off the bedroom floor and hang.
How to do Laundry 1. Check the pockets. 2. Check for tears or rips 3. Check the care label- separate any that say “dry clean or hand wash etc) 4. Pretreat.
Test Review Chapters 40, 41 and 42. The elements of design are? Pattern Line Texture Shape color.
T HE L AUNDRY P ROCESS As a result of completing this activity you will be better prepared to keep your clothes clean and looking their best longer.
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Chapter 44: Fabrics and Their Care Objectives: Compare different types of fibers, fabric construction, methods, and finishes.
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Care Labels Sorting Stains Water Temperatures Washing ◦ Machine Washing ◦ Hand Washing Drying ◦ Tumble Drying ◦ Line Dry ◦ Dry Flat.
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Com Use clothing management principles to ensure long-term maintenance of personal wardrobe. Obj Interpret appropriate dress for specific.
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