Wool garments in general require less washing than clothes made from other dominant fibres. To maximise the longevity of your sweater, follow these simple but effective guidelines:
  • Do not to over-wash it; when you do, follow the instructions below
  • Rest it for at least one day between consecutive wears
  • Air it or steam it between wears to freshen it up, as needed
  • Store it correctly when you are planning not to wear it for a while (see below)
Washing instructions
When it is time to wash it, turn your garment inside out and wash it by hand in lukewarm water, using a mild detergent. Dry it on a flat surface at room temperature, away from direct sunglight or heat. Do not dry it on a hanger, as this can modify the shape of your sweater. To iron, set your iron on the wool setting and use steam when pressing. Do not bleach, do not tumble dry.
Alternatively, you may take it to a professional dry cleaner

Long-term storage
Moths are attracted by food stains and body oils, so when storing your garment, ensure it is clean and package it in the cotton bag supplied before putting it away. This will keep moths away (they are not attracted by cotton) while allowing the wool to breathe. Alternatively, store it in an airtight container.
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