Wash Instructions

General Instructions

  • Mild machine washing or cool hand washing.
  • Wash colors individually and avoid twisting or wringing.
  • To prevent fading, spin dry on a cool setting or dry in the shade.
  • Use the linen option on a warm or hot iron.
  • A garment is subjected to lesser agitation while it is washed manually than it would be in a washing machine.
  • The fabric and fibres will be damaged less if there is less agitation.
  • For delicate materials like wool and silk, which have a propensity to be harmed and stretched out in the washing machine, washing them by hand is advised.



  • The majority of manufacturers of 100% cotton clothing advise hand washing them in cold water with a light detergent.
  • They will be able to maintain their excellent looks the longest thanks to this.
  • White cotton can be washed up to 95 degrees Celsius, however coloured cotton should only be washed at 60 degrees Celsius, with the shortest rinse time and shortest spin cycle.



  • High temperatures can cause synthetic textiles to shrink, but polyester doesn’t require a cold or delicate wash cycle.
  • You should wash your polyester textiles at 40 degrees, as recommended.
  • Polyester does not require a particular detergent, and adding fabric softener is optional.



  • Pre-soak in a mixture of 14 cup fragrant water and cool water, wash on a delicate cycle, and hang dry.
  • For drying, wrap the item in an absorbent towel, rub it dry, and afterwards hang it up to dry away from light and the sun.
  • Never blow dry or iron because this will reduce the suppleness of the fabric.



  • The “hand wash” cycle of your machine should be used to wash the majority of lace products.
  • Use a delicate wash bag and a moderate, cool wash cycle every time.
  • Utilise a detergent designed for fragile materials.
  • If you decide to wash the clothes by hand, take particular care not to rub the fabric.