Come and wash cashmere by hand
The simplest way to wash cashmere is to use good old elbow grease. Take a basin and fill it with a little warm water, in which you will dissolve a little neutral and delicate soap or a detergent suitable for wool and cashmere. Turn the garment inside out and soak it for just a few minutes, massaging gently, without twisting or rubbing. Rinse it under running water until it becomes clear, then don't wring it out! Just wrap it in a towel and leave it that way until most of the absorbed water is gone.
Come and wash the cashmere in the washing machine
Even if we work to do it by hand, washing cashmere sweaters in the washing machine is possible!
First you should turn the garment inside out and put it in the net that is usually used for laundry in the washing machine, or in a lining. Choose a specific program for wool or delicates that do not exceed 30 ° in temperature. Do not overdo it with detergent and always use a specific one.
You can use the centrifuge which helps eliminate excess water, but never more than 600 rpm.
Come and dry the cashmere
Always avoid hanging a wet cashmere garment because it could deform. Use the towel trick to soak up the excess water - just cover it and roll it up inside. To complete drying, the best solution is to lay it out on a surface, protected from direct sunlight, but also from heat sources such as the radiator.
The extra tip
if you have stretched the garment well, there should be no creases, but if there is a need to iron the garment inside out, covered with a cotton handkerchief and using a medium / low iron temperature. Do not use steam and before folding the garment, let it cool down.
How to read the label you find on our garments:
- We recommend that you wash the garments you buy on our e-Commerce by hand.
- You can iron our garments, but always inside out and setting the lowest temperature of the iron.
- Always use lukewarm water, at a maximum of 30 °.
- Do not dry the garment in the dryer.
- Never use the candle!
Our garments can be washed with perchlorethylene, hydrocarbons or solvents R113 and R11, respecting the temperature and humidity limits.