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Washing & Care

Washing & Care

1. Washing all cotton by hand is, of course, preferable. This isn't really an option for most busy people, but the first step is hand washing. This way, you can keep quality and color of pants long lasting.

Please wash separately! An item will lose color for at least the first several washings. If there is any doubt, wash separately or only with like colors, at least the first few times.

Note: whether any color bleeds into the wash water. Even trace amounts of dye in the water can transfer to other fabrics, particularly white and light colored nylon.

Wash your cotton pants by washing machine on the “Normal wash or Permanent press/Wrinkle resistant” setting.

Please wash separately! An item will lose color for at least the first several washings. If there is any doubt, wash separately or only with like colors, at least the first few times.

2. Wash in cold water. Whether it is in a machine or by hand, always wash cotton in cold water.

3. Never wring, twist, or bunch cotton. Shake it out gently and smooth the wrinkles with your hands.

4. Hang your cotton pants on a non-metal hanger to dry. Wire hangers will most likely leave rust spots on your garment. If it could lose its shape, you can dry it flat. If you have one, it will dry best on a drying rack, rather than on a towel.

5. In fact, there is no need to iron our cotton pants if you never wring and hang to dry. In case you would like to iron, use medium heat.

1. Washing all rayon by hand is, of course, preferable.
Advice:
Even though it can be washed in a washing machine (using a net bag or alone in the machine), please set function 'Gentle/Delicate'. Also, please remember that rayon is likely to be damaged when it's wet. The washing machine's agitation alone could ruin it so be careful if you decide to go that route. We would not recommend you to wash in a washing machine

2. Wash in cool or temperate water with your hand-washing detergent. Gently squeeze and massage the soapsuds into the fabric. Rinse thoroughly in cool water.

3. Never wring, twist, or bunch up rayon. Shake it out gently and smooth out the wrinkles with your hands.

4. Hang your garment on a non-metal hanger to dry. Wire hangers will most likely leave rust spots on your garment. If it could lose its shape, you can dry it flat. It will dry best on a drying rack this way rather than on a towel if you have one.

5. Be sure to iron all rayon inside out to prevent it from shining. Use low heat and press it while it is slightly damp to ease the wrinkling. If you must touch up the right side of the garment, be sure to cover it with your pressing cloth first.

  • Please wash separately!

Note: whether any color bleeds into the wash water. Even trace amounts of dye in the water can transfer to other fabrics, particularly white and light colored nylon.

  • Be sure to iron rayon while it's still damp. It will make the job much easier.
  • Never iron rayon right side out without a pressing cloth to protect it. Rayon will gain a shine to it if you iron it directly. Either iron the inside of the garment or use a pressing cloth on the outside