Love your knitwear!
How to care for your garments.
To really give your wool sweater the best treatment you should use your machine’s gentle wool cycle on a low heat (no more than 30°C) along with a non-bio wash, as hand washing can cause stress to the fibre, rubbing the fabric together and cause unwanted piling.
For cashmere and other delicate fibers, read below.
Think twice before you put your sweater in the wash! Over washing can cause unnecessary damage to the sweater’s fibres. Try to refreshen you knit by leaving it outside in the fresh air, or leave it in the bathroom after your bath.
We recommend to hand wash or professionally dry clean all of your cashmere sweaters, due to the fine nature of the fibre.
Turn your garments inside out and hand wash using warm water (no more than 30 degrees) and a delicate detergent. Soak for five minutes to help loosen the dirt before gently squeezing and rinsing. Remove water by placing your knit between clean towels. Never wring your garments!
Allow the garment to rest between wears
When pilling appears, use fabric shaver or cashmere comb.
Give your garment a good clean, as moths love dirt and food spots. Store it away in a bag or packed in paper.