Wool sweaters must be washed only when strictly necessary to ensure that they do not get damaged, in fact if exposed to the air for a night after use, they regenerate themselves by losing the impregnating smells and regain tone and softness.
Choose the right detergent, favoring the ones formulated with non-polluting biodegradable substances and for preventing the sweaters from felting, follow the doses indicated on the package without ever exceeding the quantities.
We do not recommend the use of fabric softener, it often causes felting. Fill a basin with warm water, add a small amount of detergent and then immerse the garments to be washed. Leave to soak for 5 minutes, shake a little to remove the dirt and then proceed with rinsing. Wring out the clothes very gently, then, to quickly absorb the water, put them in a towel. Hang the garments out of the heat sources and the sunlight which could make them yellowing, especially the ones in light tones.
To iron wool garments, make sure to place a cotton towel on the garment in order to avoid direct contact with heat and prevent the iron from making the sweater fibers get shiny irreparably. Set the wool program on iron and always use steam.


Hand wash

Wash cold

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Dry flat

Iron cool (max 110 °C)