Caring for your Knits
CLEANING YOUR KNITS:
For best results, we recommend dry-cleaning your knits but you can also carefully hand-wash them using the following instructions:
If you choose to hand wash, use a detergent designed for wool or cashmere with a neutral ph. Wash using cold water, do not put your knits in the washing machine or they may shrink. Run under the water until water rinses clear. Press out excess water in the sink then gently press between a folded towel to soak up more water. Do not wring out or twist your knits. Lay flat on a towel to dry, away from direct heat.
STORING YOUR KNITS:
When it’s time to store knit for the season make sure they are clean. Moth’s are attracted to stains and odors and there’s nothing worse than getting a moth hole in your favorite knit.
Always store your knits folded to prevent stretching. Make sure they are sealed in a cotton or canvas bag that zips shut to protect them from dust, moths and discoloration. Lavender sachets are a great natural way to repel moths and protect your knits.
If your fringe is twisted or coiled, you can comb it using your fingers or a wide toothed comb.
To give your fringe a refresh, place your iron on the steam setting and hover over the fringe, combing it flat as you go.
Please be sure to fold your knits, rather than putting them on a hanger so they don’t stretch.
To remove any wrinkles, we suggest using a steamer or hovering over the item with your iron on the steam setting.
With a little care, your knits can last for years to come. If you have any other questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org