We know perfectly well how to take care of our products. Therefore, we will make you aware of how to care for them so that they will serve you as long as possible. Detailed instructions for a given fabric are placed on the tags sewn into the clothes.
First of all, it's important to remember that the way we care for our clothes has a huge impact on the environment. Remember that some products of natural origin are not as 'strong' as products made of, for example, polyester, so they should be approached with responsibility and tenderness so that they can accompany you for years.
1. Wash patterned garments inside out. During the spinning or frequent washing, colored items may lose their color intensity. To extend their life, it is recommended to turn inside out.
2. Wash when necessary at 30 degrees or max. 40 degrees. By setting a lower temperature, we use much less water and electricity. Remember that some things only need good ventilation. To prevent damage to clothes, be sure to fasten all buttons and zippers.
3. Avoid using a tumble dryer, it will reduce energy while extending the life of the products without risking damage.
4. Never dry in full sun. White clothes will turn yellow quickly and colored clothes will lose their intensity.
5. Separate light products from dark ones.
This material is difficult to care for, it is easy to deform or shrink it. It requires delicacy and careful treatment, but it's not that complicated at all. You just need to follow a few easy rules.
1. Wet viscose becomes stiff. If wet clothes are heavy - dry them flat. Hang light clothes gently, do not stretch them.
2. Iron on the wrong side, ironing on the right side will make the fabric glow. It is worth helping yourself with a water spray.
3. To protect the viscose against mold, dry it very well.
It is a natural fabric, pay attention to the conditions under which it should be washed to keep its appearance. This plant material not only cares for our skin, but also for the natural environment. Cotton comes in many forms, so at what temperature it should be washed, you will find out from the label sewn into the garment.
1. 100% cotton clothes should not be washed at high temperatures. By washing in hot water, we will shrink it.
2. Gently shake after washing.
3. Hang them perfectly evenly on the dryer.
4. Do not wring the clothes too much, cotton clothes may become deformed.
Linen fabrics and products made of them, naturally natural, are not difficult to care for. Normal washing in a washing machine or by hand is enough. In comparison to other fabrics, linen is very fond of the washing machine. Frequent washing of linen refines it, making it smooth and softer.
1. Linen clothes should be dried flat. Floor-standing dryers can leave marks on the fabric and cause deformation.
2. It is worth dividing the laundry into color ranges.
3. Linen clothes should be washed in cool or warm temperatures.
4. Iron when damp.
How to take care of clothes naturally?
1. Lemon and soda instead of bleach for sweat stains.
Lemon juice and baking soda will effectively take care of the whiteness of our clothes. Just rub the mixture on the stains and leave it for an hour, then toss it in the washing machine.
2. Vinegar and water for makeup stains.
Have you ever dirty your favorite clothes with red lipstick or strong foundation? Unfortunately, sometimes we are inadvertently unable to avoid it. But it is enough to mix water and vinegar in a 1: 1 ratio. We put the ready solution on the stains and leave it for an hour, then throw it into the wash.
3.Hydrogen peroxide for chocolate stains.
Just pour a little hydrogen peroxide on the stain, wait 5 minutes and then wash it. It is worth remembering that hydrogen peroxide has a whitening effect, so it should only be used on white clothes.
4.Potato starch for greasy stains.
It couldn't be easier! Just cover the stains with it and gently rub it with a sponge, then shake the clothes and wash them