Do not expose the plush toy directly. Some plush toy enthusiasts like to say that the plush toy is placed directly on the bed, and it is okay to change it to normal, but in the humid spring, the plush toy will directly absorb water vapor if it is exposed directly, and the whole will be wet, and mold and mites will breed. Store the plush toy in a sealed place. Put the plush toy in a storage bag or plastic bag put it in a storage box or cabinet, and take it out when the wet weather passes. It is simple and direct and has a great effect. It avoids the contact of water vapor with the plush toys, thereby keeping the plush toys dry and not easy to breed mold mites. Waiting for the weather to clear, take it out to dry, and then you can play with the plush toys.
Clever use of coarse salt for adsorption. Put the dirty stuffed toy in a plastic bag, put an appropriate amount of coarse salt, tie the bag mouth, and shake it vigorously. After a few minutes, you will find that the salt grains turn black and the stuffed toy gradually becomes clean.
This method actually makes use of the adsorption effect of salt (ie sodium chloride) on dirt and moisture. Because table salt has a strong disinfection effect, it not only cleans the toys but also effectively kills bacteria and viruses.