Did you know that the greatest environmental impact of a garment over its entire life is not in its production, transport or disposal, but in its use by the consumer – washing, drying and ironing? This means you have a great power on reducing it’s eco-footprint.
Wool garments do not have to be washed between each wear, as the garment is self-regenerative to some extension. Dripping wet wool garments should be dried flat to avoid stretching.
Wash with care; hand wash or machine wash in cold water or on a special wool program. Iron on medium heat with damp cloth on the garment.
Should not be dried in a tumble dryer, nor in direct sunlight, nor over direct heat.