Wash & Care
Hand wash separately in cold water
Wash bright colors inside out
Drip Dry in shade
Here’s how we advise that you do it:
Use half a cap-full of liquid soap meant for delicate clothing and mix thoroughly in a bucket of water. Immerse the garment in the soap water until the entire garment has totally absorbed the water. Some of the cotton & silk blend fabrics have tussar in the yarn, which causes the fabric to take longer to absorb water than normal cotton fabrics. Rinse it several times and change the water a few times. Gently squeeze out the water (do not wring) and hang to drip dry on a hanger, indoors. If not hung to dry indoors, the fabric stiffens and will be difficult to iron.
We would advise you NOT to starch our garments. Starching will definitely make the fabric new and fresh, but will reduce the strength and life of the fibre.
Please use a good steam iron and iron all garments at home. For our Indian clients, if given to the local dhobi/presswala for ironing , we will warn you that the heat from the heavy coal iron or the industrial steam press machines that he uses, will reduce the life and lustre of the fabric.
Yes you could give it to a good Dry Cleaner who knows fabric very well. But we would advise you to try NOT to Dry Clean, as all our fabrics are made of natural fibre and natural fibre needs water for strength and durability.
We would advise you NOT to wash our garments in a washing machine.