Most clothes need less washing than you expect and do not require washing after every single wear.
To extend the lifespan of your garments, we recommend that you cold hand-wash when required.
Pre‑treat stains before washing by dabbing a small amount of stain remover. Always patch test first on an inconspicuous area.
Machine wash on a cold gentle cycle with like garments. Use a mesh bag to prevent twisting during cycles.
Do not bleach.
Hang to dry.
Avoid thin wire hangers or clips - these can leave impressions on the fabric.
Tumble dryers can cause shrinkage and use energy but you can tumble dry on a low temperature if needed.
Warm iron under cloth or steam if needed.
Store your garments in a cool and dry place.