Textile and Care Lables on CLOTHES!!!
Warmth: A ability of textile to keep our body temperature warm.
Water Absorbency: To absorb water.
Shrinkage: The ability of cloth to keep it's size.
Durability: How well the cloth can withstand wear.
Dye Fastness: The ability to keep it's original color.
Strength: The ability to withstand force.
Elasticity: The ability to return back to it's side after being stretched.
Crease Recovery: The ability of cloth to recover from creases.
Flammability: The ability to resist fire.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Posted by jinju's blue blog at 9:11 AM
How to help the poor/homeless people:
1. Donate boxes of food that you no longer want. You can have food drives for the needy or physically take the food to the poor people that you would like to help. Some good choices of food to donate is canned foods, noodles, beans, and any other dried foods that will last a long time and don't need refrigerated.
2. Give out blankets and sheets to the poor people. It is very sad to see a homeless person sleeping on the streets with no blankets. Helping them will make a big difference. You can also donate blankets and linens to thrift stores and good will.
3. Rummage through your clothes and your children's old clothes and give them away. Donating clothes really does help the poor people. This will really make a difference to those in need of clothes. Winter clothes are really in need this time of year. Coats, scarfs, gloves and hats are also a great gift to give to the poor people.
4. Sort through your children's toys and donate them to the needy. Books of all types are also a recommended donation item to give to poor people. Giving charity such as money is a good thing to do if you have any to spare. Make sure you choose the right people or organization to donate to.
Posted by jinju's blue blog at 9:08 AM