Use a lint roller or lint shaver to take away foreign fibers, this can make your garment look as good as new.
If you act quickly, it is not difficult to prevent stains from forming. It is best to soak up liquids immediately with an absorbent napkin or cloth.
Remove non-greasy stains by carefully dabbing with a lintfree cloth or sponge wrung out in warm water. Avoid edge marks by dabbing gently in circular motions towards the centre of the stain with a clean lint-free cloth.
Remove greasy stains by using suitable detergents or solvents. In all cases, we recommend to test stain-removal agents on an inconspicuous area first..
Make sure the garment is fully dried before use.
These tips are recommendations only and do not always guarantee complete stain removal.
Warning - do not rub the material excessively, this could result in loss of colour or potentially damage the textile.
Be careful when using solvents. Never use un-concentrated detergents or bleach, ammonia or soap intended for hard surfaces.
For our woolen garments, the fibres will slightly rise when the fabric becomes damp moist. The damp moist area will appear as a darker stain. The textile cannot be pressed again however, it is possible to reduce the discolouration by spraying water over the entire product
Regular maintenance and cleaning removes is the best way to keep your garment looking good and lasting longer. If not regularly cleaned, dirt can settles in the fabric and damagesthe fibres. Appropriate maintenance and regular cleaning can prolong the life of your garment.