Washing Instructions

Linen is a natural fabric that is breathable, durable and comfortable. However, it also requires some special care to keep it in good shape. Here are some tips on how to wash and dry linen clothes properly.

  • - If you are machine-washing your linen clothes, use a gentle cycle with cold water. Do not use hot water, as it can shrink and weaken the fibers. Use a mild detergent that is suitable for delicate fabrics. Do not use bleach, as it can cause yellowing and fading. You can also add a fabric softener to reduce wrinkles and soften the fabric.

  • If you are hand-washing your linen clothes, fill a basin with cold water and add a small amount of mild detergent. Soak your linen clothes for up to 30 minutes, then gently squeeze and agitate them in the water. Do not wring or twist them, as this can damage the fibers. Rinse them thoroughly with clean water until no soap residue remains.

  • To dry your linen clothes, you can either hang them or lay them flat on a towel. Do not tumble dry them, as this can cause shrinkage and wrinkling. If you hang them, choose a shady spot away from direct sunlight, as this can cause fading and brittleness. If you lay them flat, smooth out any wrinkles with your hands and reshape them as needed.

  • To iron your linen clothes, use a medium-high setting with steam. Iron them while they are still damp or slightly moist, as this will make it easier to remove wrinkles. Iron them on the wrong side or use a pressing cloth to avoid shiny marks.