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Nouvelles
Dilluns, 6 juin 2016

CARE LABELS SYMBOLS

There are five basic symbols : The bucket, the triangle, the Square, the iron and the Circle.

 

 

 

A washing symbol , also called care symbol is a pictogram representing a washing method , for example , drying , dry cleaning and ironing of fabrics . Such symbols are written on labels, known as care labels , attached to clothing or the technical characteristics of the tissues, to indicate how a particular item should be cleaned .

 

There are different standards for care labels for different countries / regions. In some standards, pictograms coexist with or are complemented by written instructions.

 

GINETEX , based in France, is the European association for textile care labeling , formed in 1963 after the academic conferences in the late 1950s formed to define a labeling standard.

 

Care label describes the permissible treatment of the garment without damaging the textile . If this treatment is necessary or sufficient , it is not mentioned . A milder treatment than prescribed is always acceptable . The symbols are protected and its use is required to comply with license conditions . Mislabelling is prohibited. A bar below each symbol requires a milder treatment than usual and a double bar a very delicate treatment.

 

The Fire-retardant fabrics and velvets, not escape to these washing intrusctions.It´s vitally important 

 

The fire-retardant fabrics and velvets not escape these washing instructions. 

 

Follow the instructions given by the manufacturer when washing our tissues is essential to ensure optimum durability and maintenance of its main features .

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