TEXTILE - OUR SECOND SKIN
The fabrics in our collections are generally made from natural raw materials, but even the most durable garments require proper care. Here we give tips & tricks for how to wash, dry and store your garments the sustainable way to maintain a long-lasting wardrobe.
To reduce wasting water and energy, think twice before washing. Some garments, like a wool jumper or a pair of trousers, do not need to be washed that often. Instead, try airing and spot cleaning them first. Airing out or line drying will help regain that fresh feel. Remember: When hanging your clothes out to dry, do not hang them directly in the sun, as sun can bleach the garment.
Lower the temperature
To reduce the waste of water and energy, wash less – and wash at lower temperatures. Use moderate amounts of gentle ECO-labelled washing powder or detergent.