Care & Instruction

Ensure the longevity and vibrancy of your garments by following these general care and instructions. Taking proper care of your clothing items will not only preserve their quality but also enhance the overall satisfaction:

  1. Read Care Labels:

    • Always check the care labels attached to the garments for specific washing and care instructions. These labels provide guidance on fabric type, recommended washing method, and other essential care information.
  2. Machine Wash or Hand Wash:

    • Follow the recommended washing method specified on the care label. Some fabrics and delicate garments may require hand washing, while others are suitable for machine washing. Use a gentle cycle for delicate items.
  3. Separate Colors:

    • Wash dark and light-colored garments separately to prevent color bleeding. This helps maintain the vibrancy of the colors and prevents unwanted staining.
  4. Use Cold Water:

    • Washing in cold water helps preserve colors and prevents shrinkage. Hot water can damage certain fabrics and cause fading.
  5. Avoid Bleach:

    • Unless specified on the care label, avoid using bleach. It can weaken fibers and affect the color of the fabric.
  6. Air Dry or Tumble Dry Low:

    • Opt for air-drying whenever possible to prevent shrinking and maintain garment shape. If using a dryer, choose a low-heat setting to minimize the risk of damage.
  7. Iron with Care:

    • Follow the recommended ironing temperature for each garment. Some fabrics may require low heat or steam settings to avoid damage.
  8. Store Properly:

    • Store garments in a cool, dry place to prevent mold and mildew. Use padded hangers for delicate items, and avoid overcrowding in closets to prevent wrinkles.
  9. Avoid Direct Sunlight:

    • Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can fade colors. Store clothing away from sunlight when not in use.
  10. Handle with Care:

    • Fasten zippers, buttons, and hooks before washing to prevent damage to the garment or snagging on other items.