Care Info

  • Fresh Air Benefits:

    Allowing your knits to breathe in fresh air helps remove odors and refreshes the fabric, making them smell lovely and clean.

  • Less Frequent Washing:

    Over-washing knits can cause unnecessary wear and tear. Since knitted fabrics can be more delicate than other materials, frequent washing can lead to pilling, stretching, and loss of shape.

  • Spot Cleaning:

    If your knits have minor soiling in specific areas, spot cleaning can be effective. Use Soak wash, and then gently blot the affected area with a clean cloth. Always test any cleaning method on a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure it doesn't damage the fabric.

  • Proper Storage:

    Properly storing your knitted items between wears is also essential. Fold them neatly and store them in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and potential pests. This prevents odors and maintains their shape.

  • Washing Frequency:

    The washing frequency for knitted items largely depends on how often you wear them and the degree of soiling. Unless they are heavily soiled or smelly, you can wash them after every few wears. Always follow the care instructions on the garment's label.

  • Gentle Washing:

    When it's time to wash your knits, use a gentle and appropriate method, such as handwashing in cold water or using a delicate cycle in the washing machine. Avoid harsh agitation and high temperatures, as these can cause damage.

  • Drying Techniques:

    If you do need to wash your knits, avoid wringing or twisting them as this can distort their shape. Instead, gently press out excess water and lay them flat on a clean towel to air dry.

  • By following these care tips, you can extend the life of your delicate knitted items and keep them looking and smelling lovely for a long time.