Laundry & Care Information
Proper care will help preserve and give long life to your beautiful new linens.
Use cold or warm water to avoid shrinkage and excessive wrinkling.
You do not need to ever use fabric softener, bleach, or bleach alternatives. See our article “Myths about Fabric Laundering Debunked”.
The best cleaners are biodegradable plant-based products. (Check the label!) Mass-market detergents are created from petrochemical by-products; they coat and deteriorate fibers, are difficult to rinse properly, and build up over time.
Tumble dry with warm heat, until linens are just barely dry, and remove promptly. Over-drying causes wrinkles that set into the fabric and are nearly impossible to iron out.
Certain facial creams and body lotions contain peroxide or other agents that can cause fabric discoloration. If your linens come into contact with one of these products, it may not appear until after laundering. Once discoloration has occurred, it is permanent, so please use caution when selecting products that may come into contact with your new sheeting.
Dry Cleaning is recommended for all covers. Inserts can be machine washed and dried (expect the drying time to be lengthy).