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SymbolPopis
Cdo not iron
Diron at 110 °C
Eiron at 150 °C
Firon at 200 °C
Gbleaching with chlorine allowed (obsolete)
Hdo not bleach
Inon-chlorine bleach when needed
Kdo not dry clean
Kdo not wet clean
Lvery gentle cleaning with PCE
Lgentle cleaning with PCE
Ldry clean, any solvent except tetrachloroethylene
Ngentle wet cleaning
Nvery gentle wet cleaning
Udo not tumble dry
Vtumble drying (low temperature)
Wtumble drying (normal)
chand wash at or below 40 °C
ddo not wash
hwash at or below 40 °C, velmi jemné namáhání
iwash at or below 50 °C, velmi jemné namáhání
jwash at or below 60 °C, velmi jemné namáhání
kwash at or below 70 °C, velmi jemné namáhání
lwash at or below 95 °C, velmi jemné namáhání
nwash at or below 40 °C, střední namáhání
owash at or below 50 °C, velmi střední namáhání
pwash at or below 60 °C, velmi střední namáhání
qwash at or below 70 °C, velmi střední namáhání
rwash at or below 95 °C, velmi střední namáhání
twash at or below 40 °C, velmi maximální namáhání
uwash at or below 50 °C, velmi maximální namáhání
vwash at or below 60 °C, velmi maximální namáhání
wwash at or below 70 °C, velmi maximální namáhání
xwash at or below 95 °C, velmi maximální namáhání
*do not iron (printed) decoration


NameFibre description
woolfibre from sheep's or lambs’ fleeces (Ovis aries) or a mixture of fibres from sheep's or lambs’ fleeces and the hairs of animals listed in number 2
alpaca, llama, camel, cashmere, mohair, angora, vicuna, yak, guanaco, cashgora, beaver, otter, followed or not by the word ‘wool’ or ‘hair’hair of the following animals: alpaca, llama, camel, kashmir goat, angora goat, angora rabbit, vicuna, yak, guanaco, cashgora goat, beaver, otter
animal or horsehair, with or without an indication of the kind of animal (e.g. cattle hair, common goat hair, horsehair)hair of the various animals not mentioned under number 1 or 2
silkfibre obtained exclusively from silk-secreting insects
cottonfibre obtained from the bolls of the cotton plant (Gossypium)
kapokfibre obtained from the inside of the kapok fruit (Ceiba pentandra)
flax (or linen)fibre obtained from the bast of the flax plant (Linum usitatissimum)
true hempfibre obtained from the bast of hemp (Cannabis sativa)
jutefibre obtained from the bast of Corchorus olitorius and Corchorus capsularis. For the purposes of this Regulation, bast fibres obtained from the following species shall be treated in the same way as jute: Hibiscus cannabinus, Hibiscus sabdariffa, Abutilon avicennae, Urena lobata, Urena sinuata
abaca (Manila hemp)fibre obtained from the sheathing leaf of Musa textilis
alfafibre obtained from the leaves of Stipa tenacissima
coir (coconut)fibre obtained from the fruit of Cocos nucifera
broomfibre obtained from the bast of Cytisus scoparius and/or Spartium Junceum
ramiefibre obtained from the bast of Boehmeria nivea and Boehmeria tenacissima
sisalfibre obtained from the leaves of Agave sisalana
sunnfibre from the bast of Crotalaria juncea
henequenfibre from the bast of Agave fourcroydes
magueyfibre from the bast of Agave cantala
acetatecellulose acetate fibre wherein less than 92 % but at least 74 % of the hydroxyl groups are acetylated
alginatefibre obtained from metallic salts of alginic acid
cuproregenerated cellulose fibre obtained by the cuprammonium process
modala regenerated cellulose fibre obtained by a modified viscose process having a high breaking force and high wet modulus.
proteinfibre obtained from natural protein substances regenerated and stabilised through the action of chemical agents
triacetatecellulose acetate fibre wherein at least 92 % of the hydroxyl groups are acetylated
viscoseregenerated cellulose fibre obtained by the viscose process for filament and discontinuous fibre
acrylicfibre formed of linear macromolecules comprising at least 85 % (by mass) in the chain of the acrylonitrilic pattern
chlorofibrefibre formed of linear macromolecules having in their chain more than 50 % by mass of chlorinated vinyl or chlorinated vinylidene monomeric units
fluorofibrefibre formed of linear macromolecules made from fluorocarbon aliphatic monomers
modacrylicfibre formed of linear macromolecules having in the chain more than 50 % and less than 85 % (by mass) of the acrylonitrilic pattern
polyamide or nylonfibre formed from synthetic linear macromolecules having in the chain recurring amide linkages of which at least 85 % are joined to aliphatic or cycloaliphatic units
aramidfibre formed from synthetic linear macromolecules made up of aromatic groups joined by amide or imide linkages, of which at least 85 % are joined directly to two aromatic rings and with the number of imide linkages, if present, not exceeding the number of amide linkages
polyimidefibre formed from synthetic linear macromolecules having in the chain recurring imide units
lyocella regenerated cellulose fibre obtained by dissolution, and an organic solvent (mixture of organic chemicals and water) spinning process, without formation of derivatives
polylactidefibre formed of linear macromolecules having in the chain at least 85 % (by mass) of lactic acid ester units derived from naturally occurring sugars, and which has a melting temperature of at least 135 °C
polyesterfibre formed of linear macromolecules comprising at least 85 % (by mass) in the chain of an ester of a diol and terephthalic acid
polyethylenefibre formed of un-substituted aliphatic saturated hydrocarbon linear macromolecules
polypropylenefibre formed of an aliphatic saturated hydrocarbon linear macromolecule where one carbon atom in two carries a methyl side chain in an isotactic disposition and without further substitution
polycarbamidefibre formed of linear macromolecules having in the chain the recurring ureylene (NH-CO-NH) functional group
polyurethanefibre formed of linear macromolecules composed of chains with the recurring urethane functional group
vinylalfibre formed of linear macromolecules whose chain is constituted by poly(vinyl alcohol) with differing levels of acetalisation
trivinylfibre formed of acrylonitrile terpolymer, a chlorinated vinyl monomer and a third vinyl monomer, none of which represents as much as 50 % of the total mass
elastodieneelastofibre composed of natural or synthetic polyisoprene, or composed of one or more dienes polymerised with or without one or more vinyl monomers, and which, when stretched to three times its original length and released, recovers rapidly and substantially to its initial length
elastaneelastofibre composed of at least 85 % (by mass) of a segmented polyurethane, and which, when stretched to three times its original length and released, recovers rapidly and substantially to its initial length
glass fibrefibre made of glass
elastomultiesterfibre formed by interaction of two or more chemically distinct linear macromolecules in two or more distinct phases (of which none exceeds 85 % by mass) which contains ester groups as the dominant functional unit (at least 85 %) and which, after suitable treatment when stretched to one and half times its original length and released, recovers rapidly and substantially to its initial length
elastolefinfibre composed of at least 95 % (by mass) of macromolecules partially cross-linked, made up from ethylene and at least one other olefin and which, when stretched to one and a half times its original length and released, recovers rapidly and substantially to its initial length
melaminefibre formed of at least 85 % by mass of cross-linked macromolecules made up of melamine derivatives
name corresponding to the material of which the fibres are composed, e.g. metal (metallic, metallised), asbestos, paper, followed or not by the word ‘yarn’ or ‘fibre’fibres obtained from miscellaneous or new materials not listed above