Wash & Care
Nothing can replace the feeling of wearing a garment made of natural materials. They require just a little extra care and consideration.
Remember that the clothes life largely depends on how they are treated. Take care of your clothes so they last longer.
Sort laundry into the light, dark and colored. Close zippers, empty pockets and turn colored
and dark clothing inside out so the colors last longer.
Wasch delicate clothes in a bag. Dose the detergent as directed on package. If your water is hard, use a bit more detergent, if it is soft, use a bit less. Avoid detergents with bleach to dark or colored wash.
When washing by hand, break up the detergent carefully before put the clothes in (liquid detergent is recommended). Use a mild detergent for hand washing. Avoid rubbing and twisting. Rinse the garment thoroughly. Avoid soaking, it can cause color damage that never goes away.
Select the correct washing temperature by following the care instructions. It is not always a good idea to select a lower washing temperature. A colored product which should be washed at 60 degrees can run if washed at 40 ° or by hand.
Dry by following the care instructions. Pull out the seams and shake out the garment before it is hung.
Heavy Knits and other heavy items are formed and dried flat. Remember to adjust the temperature in the dryer to the temperature specified.
Dry cleaning may be recomended in exceptional cases. The reason may be that
the product is manufactured to a particular craft or technique consists of several different materials which
can discolor, deform or shrink in a regular washing.
Expect a shrinkage of 2-3%.