product care and maintenance

As experts in linen fabrics, we want to provide you with comprehensive care and washing instructions to ensure the longevity and beauty of your linen products. Follow these guidelines to properly care for your linen fabrics: Linen fabrics are natural materials and may have certain characteristics that contribute to their charm. Due to the natural structure of linen, wrinkles may occur, giving the fabric an authentic look. These wrinkles are part of the character of linen and should not be considered as flaws. The colors of linen fabrics may gradually fade over time, especially when exposed to direct sunlight. This is a natural characteristic of the material and adds to the unique charm of linen. To extend the lifespan of your linen fabrics, we recommend carefully following the following care instructions and protecting the fabrics from excessive heat, moisture, or direct sunlight.

1. Washing:
• Machine wash your linen fabrics on a gentle cycle using a mild detergent.
• Use cold or lukewarm water to preserve colors and minimize shrinkage.
• Separate your linen items to avoid color transfer.
• Do not overload the washing machine to allow proper movement and cleaning.

2. Drying:
• Air drying is recommended for linen fabrics. Hang them outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.
• If using a dryer, select a low heat or delicate setting to avoid shrinkage and wrinkles.
• Remove linen items from the dryer slightly damp to minimize wrinkles. If needed, reshape and smooth by hand.

3. Ironing:
• Linen fabrics naturally wrinkle but can be ironed if needed.
• Use a medium to high heat setting suitable for linen fabrics.
• Iron linen items slightly damp or use a steam iron for better results.

4. Stain Removal:
• Treat stains promptly with cold water or mild soap to successfully remove them. Never use bleach.
• Blot gently with a clean, soft cloth or paper towel to absorb excess liquid.
• Avoid vigorous rubbing that may spread the stain or damage the fabric.
• Treat stains with a mild stain remover or a mixture of water and gentle detergent. Follow the manufacturer's instructions.
• Wash linen items according to care instructions after stain treatment.

5. Storage:
• Ensure that linen fabrics are clean and fully dry before storing to avoid mold and odors.
• Fold the items neatly to minimize wrinkles and store them in a cool, dry place protected from direct sunlight.
• Avoid storing linen in plastic bags. Instead, use breathable cotton or linen storage bags.