Sizes for both baby and children are defined by the height corresponding to age. It must taken into account that the approximate ages included in the tables do not necessarily correspond to the statistical age of the child of that height, it is only an approximation used in the standard sizing.
In addition to the height, we also recommend you to take into account the outline.
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What do I have to know about washing clothes?
- It is advisable to read the instructions for washing the label of the garment before washing it. - It is preferable to use liquid or powder detergent, and that it is neutral, so that they do not contain bleaching agents that could affect the original color of the garment. - It is advisable to wash the garments always upside down and avoiding high temperatures so as not to disturb the fabric. - The softener abuse can cause stains on the garment if it is not rinsed properly. - It is inadvisable to use mechanical dryers, since friction can increase wear and the garment can become opaque. - It is important to classify the clothes by colors to wash them, to avoid other garments fade.
How can I get a perfect wash?
Following these steps will get your clothes are kept in its optimal state for as long as possible.
1. Classify clothes according to the dirt and the color of them (white or light colored garments and dark garments). 2. To know at what maximum temperature and what type of washing the garment admits, carefully read the clothing label. 3. Add the right amount of detergent, as overdosing can damage the fabric or the color of the garment. 4. After washing it is advisable to lay the laundry immediately as a long time in the washing machine can cause humidity and bad smell. 5. Iron slightly damp clothes, or vice versa in case of dark colors, starting to iron at the lowest temperature.
What should I know about the garment fabrics?
When analyzing a fabric we will have to take into account two main points:
- The composition of the fibers that have been used in the manufacture of the garment. - The type of weft with which the garment has been woven, that is, the way to interlace the threads. This is what gives the name of the fabric.
The fibers can be natural, artificial or synthetic.
- Natural fibers: these fibers can be either of vegetable origin (cotton, linen, miraguano ...) or of animal origin (wool, silk, mohair, cashmere, angora ...). - Artificial fibers: they are obtained from natural compounds, generally derived from cellulose, which through chemical processes are transformed into fibers of new composition. When the origin is cellulose they receive the generic name of rayon fibers. The best known are viscose, modal and lyocell. These are obtained with different chemical processes. - Synthetic fibers: are those obtained from petroleum derivatives. Both the manufacturing process of the raw materials and the manufacture of the fibers are entirely chemical. Depending on the process, you can obtain, above all, the fibers of polyester, nylon, acrylic fibers and elastane, used to give elasticity to garments. These fibers are appreciated for their high strength.
Names of fabrics
- Simple lattice: it is the simplest way to interlace the threads. Each horizontal thread (frame) alternately passes through each vertical thread (warp). In this way the canvas, batiste, poplin, mouseline, gauze ... are obtained, which are distinguished by the thickness of the threads, the distance between threads and the quality of the yarns used. - Twill weave: it is woven following a step. The warp forms groups of more than one thread, of which only one covers the plot in the first pass. The second thread of that group covers the next thread of the frame. All fabrics called serge, characteristic for their diagonal pattern, are made in this way. - Embossed fabrics: with special knitting machines and following different combinations when interlacing the threads, embossed patterns are obtained. The most important are piqués, jacquard, damasks, brocades ... - Fabrics with interlaced short threads: depending on the length of the threads and the type of net used, the cloths, velvets ... Knitted fabric: a type of non-network fabric, consisting of a series of loops (called points) , united between them so that they form a mesh.
What do the icons on the garment labels mean?
We present the meaning of the most general icons that can appear on garment labels.
Machine wash at maximum 30ºC
Machine wash at maximum 40ºC
Machine wash maximum 60ºC
Machine wash at maximum 95ºC
Machine wash at maximum 30ºC with normal cycle and short spin
Machine wash at maximum 40ºC with normal cycle and short spin
Machine wash at maximum 60ºC with normal cycle and short spin
Machine wash at maximum 95ºC with normal cycle and short spin
Wash by hand at 30ºC without rubbing or wringing
Do not wash
Do not dry clean
Dry clean in dry cleaning.
Use of bleach
You can use bleach
Do not use bleach
Iron at high temperature: maximum 200ºC. For cotton, linen or viscose
Iron at medium temperature: maximum 150ºC. For wool and polyester blends
Iron at low temperature: maximum 110ºC. For natural silk, rayon or acrylic
Do not iron
You can use dryer
You can not use dryer
Tumble dry at low temperature
Dry in a dryer at normal temperature
Tender without draining
Dry hanging on hanger
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