1. After the raincoat is exposed to water, lift the collar and gently shake off the water droplets. Do not wipe it with your hands or towel to prevent the rainproof performance from being reduced. After the water droplets shake, place it in a cool place to dry. It will be 80% to 90% of the time. You can iron it with an iron to maintain the waterproof performance. When storing, it should be dried and not squeezed.
2. After the raincoat is drenched, it should be dried in a cool place. Do not expose to the sun and fire to prevent the glue layer from becoming sticky. Do not come into contact with oils, nor wash with gasoline, dry it when storing, preferably sprinkle some talcum powder. Pay attention to frequent inspections, if there is adhesion phenomenon, it should be spread out and dried in time.
3. The plastic raincoat should only be cleaned with a soft cloth after raining. Do not expose it to the sun or fire it. Generally, you don't need to scrub it with too much alkaline soap. If a plastic raincoat is wrinkled, it can be soaked in hot water at 80°C for one or two minutes to get rid of the wrinkles. If you find any cracks or holes, you can repair it yourself. First cut a piece of plastic cloth larger than the hole to cover it, put a thin wire mesh (or wooden board) under it, and iron it with a hot soldering iron. The hole or crack can be glued. Close. After the plastic raincoat is cracked, do not sew it with stitches, otherwise the holes will become bigger and bigger.