Washing wool and cashmere
To maintain the quality of your wool and cashmere garments, it's recommended to hand wash them. Fill a basin with cool water and add a gentle wool detergent. Submerge the wool item and gently agitate it to distribute the detergent. Allow it to soak for a few minutes. Avoid excessive rubbing, scrubbing, or twisting that can cause felting or stretching. Rinse the garment thoroughly in cool water until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze out excess water without wringing.
Drying wool and cashmere
After washing, reshape the garments by carefully stretching it back to its original size. Lay a clean, dry towel on a flat surface and place the wool item on top. Roll up the towel, starting from one end, to absorb excess water. Repeat if necessary. Avoid hanging wool items to dry, as this can stretch them out of shape. Instead, lay them flat on a clean, dry towel or a drying rack away from direct sunlight or heat sources.
Ironing wool and cashmere
Wool generally doesn't require frequent ironing, but if necessary, use a steam iron on a low-heat setting. Place a clean, damp cloth or a pressing cloth over the wool garment to protect it from direct heat. Gently press the iron over the cloth without applying excessive pressure. Avoid dragging the iron across the fabric to prevent shine or flattening. If you prefer a crisp finish, you can use a steam iron or a garment steamer from a short distance.
Maintaining wool styles
We have enhanced some of our wool styles by including a wool comb. As wool is a natural material, it is normal for it to develop pills over time. With the accompanying wool comb, you can easily refresh your clothing and keep it looking its best. Carefully run the comb over your wool garment, allowing it to gently remove any pills or fuzz, restoring the fabric to its original smoothness and appearance.
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