How to wash your fabrics?

Apart from gabardine, twill, cotton canvas, half panama and panama, you can wash our fabrics in a washing machine.

In the case of washing the fabrics printed using pigmented inks, we recommend phosphate-free detergents. Of course, we discourage the use of bleach and strong stain removers. If you use capsules or other cleaning agents that you place directly in the drum of the washing machine, make sure that the detergent does not come into direct contact with the printed side of the fabric.

Turn the garments inside out and wash woven and knit fabrics at temperatures up to 40 degrees Celsius, preferably using a programme dedicated to delicate fabrics. Spin at low speed (preferably 400 rpm). Fabrics printed with pigmented inks are most vulnerable to damage when wet. Spot-cleaning or rubbing wet prints is not recommended.

Wash polyester fabrics at a maximum temperature of 60°C, preferably using a synthetic washing program and do not bleach. Spin at high speed, and tumble dry only on the lowest heat setting. Iron potential creases on the lowest heat setting or use a steamer.

Dry the fabrics in an airy room or outside. If you hang fabrics on a clothesline, discolouration may appear in the places where the fabric bends – you can avoid it by hanging a folded towel on the line under the fabric.

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