Washing & caring guide

Washing sounds very easy but we already - having long-time customers- and experience with damaged clothes that it makes a huge difference how you wash. It is really influencing the surface, the colour the thickness of clothes, the life cycle and durability of our clothes.

1. Sorting: always wash with clothes that match the colour of the garment, avoiding our clothes being caught by another garment of a colour.

2. Checking: before washing the items, make sure that no leather ribbons are left on the clothes, as they will be damaged during washing. Before the first wash, please see the label sewn into the garment for the caring instructions:

  • Only those clothes can be dry cleaned where it is indicated on the label (eg.wool coat).
3. Washing:
  • Wash at the indicated temperature, as elastic materials can shrink at higher temperatures.

  • Choose appropriate washing power/liquid, it is really important to use not to fade colours. Using detergent is not necessary, depends how you like.
  • Never mix whites with coloured garments!
  • Never put too much clothes into the washing machine - only maximum as it is indicated - as then there is no space to move, turn=wash your clothes
  • Always close zippers, buttons and turn around clothes
  • Use washing bags for sensitive garments like bras.
  • The centrifuge, if adjustable, should be set to a lower speed, ideally up to 800- 1000 rpm.

    4. Drying and ironing:
    • The clothes should be shaken out immediately after washing and placed on a hanger, it sticks out due to its own weight, which is also very important for stretch materials. On the one hand, the material does not shrink, on the other hand, it does not break, so ironing can be avoided in many cases.

    • Clothes must not be tumble dried! In the case of stretch materials, the clothes shrink significantly in a dryer, thus destroying them.

    • After placing the cloth on the hanger, it is worth smoothing it, this avoids ironing on non-cotton clothes

    • If ironing does take place, the clothes must be turned over and only ironed at a low temperature inside.

    • Never put the iron on zippers, buttons, plastic decorations, as it is melting and can colour the clothes.
    5. Storage:
    • If possible, store clothes on hangers, thus ensuring their longevity.
    • The best is to wait to cool down after ironing and than folding them in order to avoid crease
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