Care for your linen
How to care for your linen
By following our recommended care instructions you will prolong the life of your purchase and be able to enjoy it for many years to come.
What detergent should you use?
- We recommend you wash the item separately before first use.
- We recommends to use a detergent that is free from Optical Brightening Agents (OBAs). This is a very common ingredient in most of the detergents and is great for keeping whites white, however can also weaken and discolour certain fabric fibres
- Use a mild detergent and wait until it is fully diluted in the water before putting the item in the washing machine. Read the amount recommended on the laundry liquid bottle or box to determine how much to use.
How do I remove stains?
- We recommend cleaning stains as quickly as possible after they appear.
- Do not hardly scrub the stain away, but rather gently soak, wash or blot it out, this process can be repeated until optimum results are obtained. Once a stain is truly set, however, it is often difficult to remove.
- Please note when a fabric comes in contact with bleach or benzoyl peroxide it will permanently stain/discolour. We recommend you to be aware of the potential staining and take necessary precautions to avoid permanently damaging your linen.
What water temperature is best?
- We recommends that this product is washed using a warm gentle machine wash no more than 40 degrees. The warm water temperature setting is more effective at removing dirt and natural body oils and residue of the detergents from the fabric.
Should you put this item in the dryer?
- Air drying is best for the longevity of this item, but can sometimes leave the fabric feeling a bit stiff to the touch.
- If you plan to air dry, 10-12 minutes on low heat in the dryer before you hang them out to dry is recommended.
- We would suggest to remove the bed linen from the dryer while they are still slightly damp. Spread them out neatly to finish air-drying.
Can you iron this item?
- If you choose to iron your item, we recommend that you use your iron on a low setting. Please avoid ironing directly on the embroidery.