How To Care For Your Woolies

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Wool doesn't need much washing, but if needed, Cool Hand Wash Only.

The best way to refresh your woolies is by hanging them outside in a shady place on a breezy day.

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Hand Wash your piece

Turn it inside out and submerge it in cool water with a mild soap. Allow to soak for around 15/20 minutes then rinse thoroughly in clean cool water. 

Do not scrub, do not rub, do not wring or twist your piece. Gently roll it into a ball and squeeze out the excess water.

Place your piece on a flat clean dry towel and roll it up until you've got a 'wooly-towel' tube and squeeze it a few times until the towel soaks up any excess water. Unroll it, reshape it and place it flat in fresh air to dry.

Never tumble dry or iron.

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Watch the Step-by-step video in our Journal

(to remove specific stains from your piece Woolmark has great tips)

How To Care For Your Bags

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We suggest storing your empty and clean bag in its dust bag to protect it from stains, dust and also from light. Stuff your bag with bubble wrap or tissue paper to keep its shape, wrap expose hardware with some tissue paper.

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Leather pieces can be cleaned softly with a damp cloth or an alcohol-free baby wipe.

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To clean and maintain the metal parts you should use a dry woollen cloth to keep it shining.

For Silk, Satin, Brocade, Velvet  or other precious textiles, we totally recommend you to protect them from water or other liquids, remove dust and other particles using an adhesive roller.

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