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Product Care

We recommend customers to check on the product's individual material and refer to our general guidelines in handling each of the products you bought from us.

Below are the general guidelines for most of our offerings:

But, consider pre-washing first.

Prewash any natural fibres that you will be washing in the future, as some shrinkage may occur. We recommend prewashing in the same way you will wash your fabric in the future - including drying. Wash all brights, darks and lights separately as some colours may run in their first few washes.

 

Chiffon

Chiffon comes in many types but generally use a low temperature for all chiffon. Iron while damp.
SILK chiffon is the most delicate. Follow care instructions of silk (except ironing), but be extra gentle when handling it                  i.e. when handwashing, pressing dry, ironing. 

 

Silk

Use moderate temperature when ironing. Iron while damp.
High temperature might cause silk to yellow and fade.
Silk is sensitive to sunlight and might spoil under strong sunlight so do not hang them outside to dry!

 

Satin

Iron under low temperature. Iron while damp. It's safest to put a piece of paper on top of the garment before running the iron across it.

 

Cotton

Plain Weave - Machine washable, bleachable if white, hot/warm iron, dry-cleanable, tumble dry.
Embroidered - Cool hand wash / Dry clean.

 

Linen

Dryclean recommended guaranteeing colour integrity. Do not machine wash, hand wash at your own risk. Dry coloured linens in shade (fading will occur in sunlight), hot/warm iron.

 

Rayon/Viscose

Dry cleanable, cool machine wash or hand wash. Do not twist/wring, iron on reverse side.

 

Laces/Velvets/Jacquards

Dry clean only. Please note some of these fabrics are delicate so please be careful against rough surfaces and snagging.

 

Polyester

Most polyester fabrics may be machine-washed using warm water, but check care labels first.

Tumble dry polyester garments on low heat. Remove them from the dryer while they're still slightly damp to prevent wrinkles and avoid a static buildup. If ironing is required, use a low heat: Polyester will melt beneath a hot iron.

 

Denim

 

As a general rule of thumb, all denim should be turned inside-out and washed on the slowest spin cycle and lowest temperature to cut down on friction and reduce fade. You should also limit the number of denim pieces in the machine to three or four pairs for the same reason.

Once out of the washer, turn the jeans the right side out and allow them to dry fully either on a washing line or flat away from direct sunlight before storing. Never put them into a tumble dryer and remember that indigo may drip onto the floor, so don’t hang them over a new carpet.

If there are creases you want rid of, set your iron to a high temperature setting but use steam and preferably a cloth between the denim and the iron to prevent shine.