• Wool garments should be washed on the wool setting (usually gentle action at 30 - 40°C). If your washing machine does not have a wool cycle, use the cold water wash or wash cycle for delicates.
  • Avoid using a hot air dryer or direct heat to dry wool products as it may cause them to shrink and become stiff.
  • When hand washing, place the wool product in water and gently agitate to clean, but avoid excessive squeezing or twisting of the wool to prevent distortion.
  • It is recommended that garments are flat dried after washing.


  • Cotton is a common and easy-to-care-for fabric, can be machine and hand wash.
  • Set your washing machine temperature to cold or 30 °C for colored cotton. Cool water is the gentlest option for washing cotton. It prevents fabric from shrinking and losing its color. 




  • Separate white, dark, and colored linens. Machine wash with a low spin at 30°C. The high temperature weaken the fabric and affect dyes.
  • When hand washing, gently agitate the linen fabric in the water to clean it without causing damage.




  • Denim doesn't need frequent washing unless visibly soiled.Washing them a few times per season is sufficient.  This practice can extend the lifespan of denim and contribute to environmental conservation.
  • A gentle machine wash at 30°C or lower is well. Turn denim items inside out before placing them in the washing machine. This helps reduce color fading and protects the surface appearance.