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Shipping Method and Fee
- Purchased items can be returned within 30 days from the delivered date.
- Receive within 30 days from the date of shipment.
- Items should be unused, undamaged and in their original package when received.
- Return shipping fee needs to be paid by the buyer.
Mild washing: Modal fabrics should be washed with mild detergents. Try not to use detergents containing bleach or strong acid and alkali to avoid damage to the fibers.
Wash in cold water: Modal fabrics are best washed in cold water. Hot water shrinks the fibers and tends to warp or shrink the fabric.
Gentle scrubbing: Modal fabrics should be scrubbed gently to avoid excessive rubbing and friction to avoid wearing out the surface fibers and affecting the gloss.
Not suitable for sun exposure: Modal fabrics are not light-resistant, so they should not be exposed to the sun to dry, but should be dried naturally in a ventilated and shaded place.
Avoid over-drying: Over-drying can also cause damage to modal fabrics, so it is not recommended to use a high-speed dryer. Low speed or natural drip drying should be used.
Gentle washing: Pure cotton clothes should be washed with mild detergent. Try not to use detergents containing bleach or strong acid and alkali to avoid damage to the fibers.
Wash in cold water: Cotton clothes are best washed in cold water. Hot water shrinks the fibers and tends to warp or shrink the fabric.
Wash Separately: Light and dark cotton garments should be washed separately to avoid staining problems.
Pay attention to the water temperature: Newly purchased pure cotton clothes need to be soaked in salt water before being washed for the first time. This can allow the fibers to shrink in the water, increase stability, and avoid problems such as deformation or shrinkage in later washings.
Avoid over-spinning: over-spinning can damage the fibers, so high-speed spin-dryers are not recommended, and low-speed or natural drip drying should be used.
Not suitable for drying: Pure cotton clothes are not suitable for drying in direct sunlight, otherwise the color and quality will be affected.
Gentle washing: Polyester fabrics should be washed with mild detergent and rubbed gently to avoid abrasion and shedding of surface fibers.
Wash in cold water: Polyester is not heat resistant, so it is best to wash in cold or lukewarm water. High temperatures can cause fabrics to shrink, warp or lose their elasticity.
Wash Separately: Polyester garments should be washed separately from other similarly colored garments to avoid staining or staining issues.
Avoid excessive spin-drying: Clothes made of polyester fabrics are not suitable for spin-drying with a high-speed dehydrator. They should be spin-dried at a low speed or allowed to dry naturally by airing.
Do not use bleach: Clothes made of polyester fabrics are not suitable for using bleach to remove stains, otherwise it will affect the quality and life of the fabric.
Washable, dry cleanable, do not bleach, not machine washable
Mild washing: Viscose fabrics should be cleaned with mild detergents. Try not to use detergents containing bleach or strong acid and alkali to avoid damage to the fibers.
Not suitable for exposure to the sun: Viscose fabrics are not resistant to sunlight, so they should not be exposed to the sun to dry. Instead, they should be dried naturally in a ventilated and cool place.
Do not soak for a long time: To avoid color transfer between different clothes, please keep the water temperature below 30 degrees and separate other clothes and wash them separately.
Flat-lay ironing or garment steaming: the maximum temperature of the iron soleplate is 110 degrees