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GENERAL CARE INSTRUCTIONS


WASHING 

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GENERAL CARE INSTRUCTIONS


WASHING 

No cashmere without care instructions. We all have our own cashmere washing methods and we gladly share ours with you so that you can enjoy your garment for a life time!

 

GENERAL CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Wash at max. 30°degrees and yes, you can use your washing machine! Choose a wool programme, don't forget to put your cashmere garment in a laundry washing bag, be gentle with the spinning and be abundant with water to rinse and your washing machine will do an excellentjob. Of course you can also wash your precious cashmere stole or cardigan by hand.

Limit the detergent you use. Use powder and stay away from liquid detergent. If you insist on using a scale, 10g detergent for every kg of laundry will do the job. Never use softener!

Dry your cardigan or stole flat, on a drying rack and preferably in the shade or inside.

Steam your cardigan or stole if you think it's too wrinkled. Keep the iron ca. 10 cm above the cardigan or stole and steam it. 

 

INSIDER TIPS AND TRICKS

The cashmere fiber is fond of water, it keeps the cardigans and stoles soft and flexible and it keeps away the moths. Don't hesitate to wash your cashmere garments regulary.

Moths love your cashmere, wash your cashmere before you store it. Your grandma will tell you to put pieces of cederwood, small bags of lavender and rosemary between your cashmere garments or mothballs in the cupboard. We agree with her (but also the moth) ;-)

If you're not wearing your cashmere for a couple of months (wecan't imagine you would do that, but in case of), we would recommend to store your freshly washed cashmere in an airtight bag or box.

If the moths damaged your cashmere garment and layed their little eggs in your garments, don't throw away your cashmere but wrap it in tissue paper and put it in the freezer for at least 3 days. It kills the moths and the eggs. Yes there will be some damage but nothing that yarn and a needle can't restore.

Pilling annoyance or these little balls. Places where the knitwear is rubbed you can see them, it's normal but it shouldn't be excessive. There are many causes, the length of the fibre, the method of spinning, the choosen knitting stitch, ... A good remedy? Except for cutting them, we can't recommend anything else but with the high quality yarn as used by Madame Seguin, the pilling is reduced to a minimum.