Textiles and their Care
You can wash Bamboo products like cotton with warm water. They can also be ironed with out any worries. Bamboo clothing's excellent water absorbency is best retained without the use of softeners.
Many chenille fabrics should be dry cleaned. If hand or machine-washed, they should be machine-dried using low heat, or as a heavy textile, dried flat to avoid stretching, never hung.
Fully launderable. Withstands high temperatures while washing.
Cottolin is a combination of linen and organic cotton, and has the best qualities of both fibres. Fully launderable in washer and dryer.
Linen can be washed in the washing machine with warm or hot water, hang to dry, and iron firmly on hot linen setting while still damp. Not recommended to put in dryer. Linen will soften with use and laundering.
Most rayon should be dry cleaned but many of our shawls can be hand washed gently and dried flat.
Only prewashed silk is washable. Generally dry clean.
Tencel garments are easy to pack, resist wrinkling and dry quickly. Most are machine washable, although different garment constructions may have specific cleaning requirements.
Wash or dry clean per instructions on shawl. Hang in bathroom with steam to remove wrinkles. Iron on reverse side on iron setting. Use a pressing cloth.