The felt manufacturers remind us to pay attention to the correct storage of felts, so that the service life of the felts can be longer, which can bring more economic benefits.
The place where the felt is stored should have the requirements of ventilation, moisture-proof, fire-proof, airtight, and drainage. In order to prevent the woolen bales from getting damp from below, bright wood can be stewed under the woolen bales. If it is a loose pile, it should be padded with wooden planks or have moisture-proof facilities, and the bottom of the stack should be well ventilated, easy to operate, and stable. The felt should be washed and the wool should be packaged, and the wool should be kept separately from the raw wool. The felt should also be protected from rain and damp, and the rain or damp raw materials should be dried immediately to prevent mildew and deterioration.
Felt products have very important applications in many fields, so we must pay attention to quality issues whether we are purchasing or using them.