Wash your laundry separately by color category: white/light, dark colors, reds. Also, wool fabrics should either be taken to the dry cleaners only or washed carefully by hand in cold water (please refer to our individual care instructions for each product).
Do not wash too hot
Washing too hot will cause natural fabrics such as linen, cotton or wool to shrink. Also, for the longevity of the colors, we always recommend washing on the delicate cycle at 30° or less. By the way, you also save energy.
The gentlest way to dry laundry is to air dry it. Colored garments should not be exposed to direct sunlight, however, as the colors can fade.
Do not use a tumble dryer
You can enjoy the product longer if you do not use a tumble dryer. If you still do not want to do without the tumble dryer, then a low heat output as well as speed should be set and the garment should be removed while still half-damp. Please note that fabrics such as cotton or even linen generally shrink slightly after drying and frequent drying leads to faster wear of the garment.
Do not load the washing machine too full
If the washing machine is too fully loaded, the laundry may not get completely clean and, on top of that, may not smell good.
Use color detergent for colored clothes
For your colored or colored laundry we recommend the use of color detergent. Unlike heavy-duty detergent, it usually does not contain bleach and is therefore gentle on the colors of your laundry.
Washing and ironing inside out
Washing or ironing clothes inside out means as much as turning the clothes inside out. Thus, you protect the garments from color and fiber loss and possible damage. If you turn your garments inside out before washing and ironing, you will have brighter and more intense colors for longer.