Apparel Care

Inside Out:

To preserve the garment’s appearance, turn it inside out before laundering to minimize friction and protect colours and prints.

Hand Wash:

  • Fill a clean basin or sink with lukewarm water, avoid hot water that could damage delicate fabrics.
  • Dissolve a mild detergent or soap suitable for hand washing in the water.
  • Gently agitate the garment in the soapy water, avoiding vigorous rubbing or wringing.
  • Rinse thoroughly with cool water until all soap residue is removed.
  • Allow excess water to drain away by placing the garment flat for air drying.

Cold Wash:

  • Opt for the cold water setting on your washing machine to prevent color fading and fabric shrinkage.
  • Use a detergent specifically formulated for cold water washing to ensure effective cleaning.
  • Avoid hot water which can cause certain fabrics to shrink or bleed dye.
  • Always separate colours to prevent colour transfer, especially during cold wash cycles.

Do Not Twist:

  • After washing, gently remove excess water from the garment without resorting to twisting or wringing.
  • Avoid twisting, as it may lead to stretching, distortion, or damage to delicate fabrics.
  • Instead, gently press the garment between clean towels to absorb moisture or let excess water drain away naturally.

    Steam Iron:

    • Fill the iron’s reservoir with distilled water to prevent mineral accumulation and staining.
    • Adjust the iron to the appropriate heat setting suitable for the fabric being steamed.
    • Hang the garment on a hanger or lay it flat on an ironing board.
    • Maintain a safe distance between the iron and the fabric surface to prevent direct contact.
    • Utilize smooth, even strokes with the steam function activated to effectively remove wrinkles and refresh the garment.