Finishing aims to prevent the aging process of garments. When part of the fiber comes off, unsightly fluff forms, aging the fabric and weakening it. This process is known as fabric pilling.
Good ironing forces the fibers to hold bonds in the weave of the fabric and, with the use of steam, bonds the separated fibers to the main fabric. The force of steam effectively and naturally disinfects surfaces. Some machine wash resistant pathogens can be removed by ironing.
Ironing is essential for clothes, collars, cuffs to be perfectly polished. This garment cleaning finish will leave your garments with a flawless smooth, flat weave.
It is also a tool that has been used to remove parasites from clothes. Although the clothes appear completely clean after washing, there may be traces of germs and bacteria which are not easily eliminated and which can be harmful to your health.
Low washing temperatures make it more difficult for dust mites and other parasites to disappear. Thus, if in addition to washing, you iron your clothes, you will make sure to eliminate all these unwanted elements. In addition, the sustainable maintenance of garments is a fundamental aspect to reduce the environmental impact of the textile sector.