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Care Guide

Fabric Instructions

Rayon (made from wood fibres) becomes delicate when wet. Use a gentle wash cycle or gently hand wash. To avoid shrinking or distortion, don't leave Rayon to hang for long periods. Just iron while damp or steam press. The newer high performance rayons wrinkle less. Washing with a mild wool or quilt washing detergent (liquid) is kinder to the fabric.

Cotton creases on washing, wrinkles while wearing and needs reasonable ironing. Some coloured cottons aren't colourfast so wash them separately for the first time. (See washing instructions below). Avoid spinning cotton to prevent crumpling and lessen the need for ironing. Cotton is weakened by contact with things like fruit juice (mild acids) if left for a long period of time, so wash out any staining immediately.

Polyester fibres are very wrinkle resistant and resilient. They are often used in blends, but if the other combined fibres are suitable the garment can be washed in warm water. (If a fabric is made from two or more different fibres, always use the treatment suitable to the most delicate fibre.)

Getting our clothes washed & dried (especially during rainy periods) can be difficult. Following these guidelines can ensure our little "short-cuts" don't result in expensive mistakes.

Washing Instructions
  • DO NOT MIX 100% COTTON with 100% RAYON or 100% Polyester.
  • 100% Cotton Pyjama pants and tops:
    Wash in cool water
  • 100% Rayon Kimonos:
    Hand wash in cool water
  • 100% Polyester Cami Top:
    Hand wash in cool water
Iron Instructions
  • Rayon can be ironed on the either side, but for best results, iron on the right side using low heat. High heat may burn the fabric.
  • Cotton fabrics need a higher heat setting. If the fabric is very wrinkled, iron it on the back first, and then on the front.
  • Try this for especially wrinkled cotton shirts (or denim): dampen a towel, lay the wrinkled fabric on the towel, and iron as steam from both sides can remove wrinkles faster.
  • Delicate fabrics or fabrics with ornamentation require the use of pressing cloths. Lightweight towels or even muslin cloth make the best pressing cloths.
  • In case your iron should scorch or leave shiny spots on the fabric, always iron delicate fabrics on the wrong side. Then accidents won't show through to the front.
  • In order to eliminate excess wrinkling, you can always remove clothes from the dryer and iron them while they are still slightly damp!
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