Linen is the most unpretentious fabric with natural elegance that is perfect in its imperfection. It is an evolving fabric and becomes more beautiful the more it is used.
Although linen clothes are unpretentious to care for and you will not have any particular difficulties with washing and ironing the fabric, there are still some useful tips that will help prolong the life of your favorite thing.
"Fashion is a trend. Style lives within a person."
— OSCAR DE LA RENTA
- Hand wash is recommended. If machine wash, use a delicate or short cycle with lukewarm or cold water (white and undyed linen - up to 90 degrees; linen of bright or dark colors - not higher than 27 degrees, the rest - not higher than 40 degrees).
- When washing, do not use harsh detergents and chlorine. You can use conditioner to soften the fabric.
It is recommended to dry linen clothes in a horizontal position in the open air, away from heating appliances and direct sunlight. Otherwise, the product may shrink.
Ironing linen is not an easy task. To facilitate the process, it is better to do this while the item is still slightly damp, while choosing a temperature of no more than 200 degrees (with humidification).
If, after washing, the linen product has shrunk a little, you can iron it through a thick fabric - this will help restore its original dimensions. There is one more secret: in order for linen to acquire its former shine, it is worth ironing from the front side.
Store linen items horizontally, avoiding exposure to direct light to prevent fading. You can hang your clothes or even roll them.
Remain your linen clothes organic and timeless. By following our care instructions, you will ensure a long life for your beloved linen garments.