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    T-shirt & sweatshirt

      
    • Machine wash in reverse side, cold gentle cycle, do not bleach.
    • Air drying.
    • Ironing on reverse side only avoiding the printed area.

              

     

       

     

      

    Knitwear

     
        
     
     
    To wash woolen clothes & accessories is often feared
    and to do a laundry by hand is low motivating,
    however it is easy to wash them in an
    appropriate and fast way.
     
    • Choose a suitable detergent to avoid to damage the fiber. Either a special wool detergent or a mild shampoo for adults or babies.
    • Do not add fabric softener or bleach.
    • Add a low dose of laundry. Excess product may damage the fiber.
    • Flip your garment over to wash it on the reverse side.
    • Wash by hand in cold or warm water (no warmer than body temperature).
    • Mix gently, without squeezing the material, for about 4 minutes.
    • Let stand 5 mins.
    • Rinse 3 or 4 times as needed, in water at the same temperature as washing (temperature changes can damage the fiber).
    • Squeeze very gently, without ever twisting the garment. Wrap it in a cotton towel to finish spinning.
    • Leave to air dry, flat on the towel.
    • There is no need to iron your sweaters. The wool smoothes easily.

              

        

       

      Some maintenance tips:

      • Avoid as much as possible to keep your wool clothes (clean or dirty) in a ball, even more if they are wet. This tends to damage the fiber.
      • To avoid any distortion, it is best to fold your woolen clothes rather than hang them on a hanger.
      • It is quite normal that pills appear when you wear your sweater. It is possible to use an anti-pilling razor or a regular razor to eliminate them.
      • To prevent moths from damaging your natural fiber clothing, it is advisable to clean your closet regularly or to use lavender bags. Lavender being a natural repellent.