All of our garments are tested to maintain their characteristics with good dimensional stability in the wash,
however, natural fibre are more delicate than others, so we have indicated here our tips for their care.
We recommend washing at a gentle cycle (maximum 40°) and minimize the number of spin cycles.
The dryer is not your friend. Excessive heat damages beautiful natural fibre.
Iron at low temperature with steam. We recommend that you use a cloth between the iron and the fabric.
Some washing tips to keep your underwear looking its best Wash your garment by hand in lukewarm water or in the washing machine on a gentle wash cycle at 40° maximum. Choose a quality, pH-balanced laundry detergent, using only half as much as the amount you would normally use. Make sure the detergent you use is bleach-free. Bleach damages natural cotton fibers. Contrary to popular belief, fabric softener is harmful to cotton fabrics, particularly for our twisted cottons. The tight weave causes the fabric softener to get trapped, damaging the fibers. From the next wash, try not using it and you will see the difference. Choose a low spin cycle to keep the weave of the fabric intact in this way.
Never dry your garments in the dryer. Do not give in to the temptation; you will regret it. Natural fibers, are damaged by heat by fraying and shrinking. Laying out to dry ensures that elasticity is not damaged and garments retain their perfect fit.
Store them in the drawer
Store your garments in a drawer folding them and do not hang them to prevent them from losing their shape.