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Care Instructions

Knitwear

Please hand-wash using a knit detergent, we advise to dry clean for extra precaution. The knitwear can stretch when hung up on a hanger for long periods of time, so we advise you to fold your knitwear. *Do not iron. *Do not machine wash.

Rib Fabric

Wash at 40 degrees. Wash with like colors. Hang dry. Detergent should not contain bleach. Medium to hot iron. Shrinkage 3-5%

Cotton

Wash at 40 degrees. Wash with like colors. Hang dry. Detergent should not contain bleach. Medium to hot iron. Stretch after tumble. Shrinkage 3-5%

Linen

Wash at 40 degrees. Wash with like colors. Hang dry. Detergent should not contain bleach. Medium to hot iron. Stretch after tumble. Shrinkage 3-10%. Use mild detergent formulated for delicate fabrics. Don’t wring, twist or scrub as it can stretch the fabric. Drain the soapy water and rinse repeatedly until the soapy residue is all gone. use a medium-hot iron on the fabric while it’s still damp or overlay it with a damp towel. Shrinkage 3-10%

Rayon

Wash at 40 degrees. Wash with like colors. Hang dry. Detergent should not contain bleach. Medium to hot iron. Stretch after tumble. Shrinkage 3-5%

Satin

Turn it inside out before washing to protect its shiny fibers. Select the delicate cycle, lower final spin speed, and cool or cold-water setting.  If you are handwashing, fill a wash basin or sink with cool water, then add a small amount (no more than two capfuls) of gentle laundry detergent. Press and squeeze the items gently (never wring). Never wring or twist satin.  Hanging or laying flat to air dry. Iron on a low to medium-low.  If using a clothes steamer, keep the nozzle at least six inches away from the surface of the fabric to prevent water spotting.  

Polyester

Polyester can be washed in the washing machine. Machine wash items with Signature Detergent on the normal cycle with warm or cool water. Wash with like colors and fabrics only. Don’t forget to place items inside a Mesh Bag for protection. 

You can put polyester in the dryer on a cool to medium setting. The dryer won’t cause wrinkles, but polyester can be ironed on low or steamed. Air dry polyester or tumble dry at medium temperature. Iron as needed at a low temperature setting, or steam when drying polyester garments. To freshen between launderings, spritz with your favorite fabric freshening spray.

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