Not only should we pay attention to the use of faux fur rug, only by properly storing the felts can the faux fur rug have a longer service life and bring us more economic benefits.
The place where the faux fur rug is stored should have the requirements of ventilation, moisture resistance, fire prevention, airtightness and drainage, and there should be wooden planks or moisture-proof facilities at the place where the loose wool is piled up. The bottom of the stack is required to be well ventilated, easy to operate and stable.
Note that the faux fur rug must be washed and packed, and the clean wool should be kept separately from the original wool. It is also necessary to prevent rain and moisture, and immediately dry the rain or wet raw materials to prevent mold and deterioration. In particular, the faux fur rug of a wool felt factory, which has a high moisture regain, should be placed in a well-ventilated place.
In fact, the quality of 100% wool felt depends to a large extent on the nature of the blending ingredients. The length, fineness, curl, and scale of wool fibers vary greatly depending on the variety and shearing season.