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Cashmere loves water so the best way to wash it is to hand wash it with a touch of soap. As cashmere is a natural fibre, some pilling will take place so we recommend washing your garments after they have been worn two or three times. Simply hand wash it in Cool water with a touch of soap. It is best to use cashmere/wool specific detergents like Woolite. For all items with buttons we recommend undoing the buttons before washing. And, please remember: do not wring it afterwards or hang it up, otherwise the fibres will stretch and your garment will lose its shape. Please then lay it flat to dry in the shade. 

Hand Washing

  1.  Soak the item in Cool water using a mild detergent like Woolite.
  2.  Gently distribute the suds. Do not wring it (as this will encourage the item to stretch and lose its shape)
  3.  Rinse the item thoroughly in clean lukewarm water
  4.  Squeeze the item of excess water gently or put it in the washing machine on the lightest spin.
  5.  Reshape item and dry as flat, away from direct sunlight.
  6. If you wish to iron your cashmere, use only the lowest setting, and move the iron fairly quickly so that it does not burn and ruin your jumper. 

 

Removing Stains

So your Little Love has just dropped a huge dollop of ketchup/ peanut butter all over their new brand new cashmere jumper. Arghh ...

Tomato-based stains are notoriously difficult to remove, so whilst one’s first reaction might be to panic, rest assured, they can be treated so it’s important to remain calm and soldier on.

Although cashmere has a reputation for being high maintenance, armed with the following tips, you will be able to manoeuvre your way through a vast array for spills and stains so do not fret.

Like most stains, ketchup and peanut butter are easier to remove when they are still fresh so try to get to them as soon as possible.

However, even if said stain has been neglected until laundry day, you may still be to salvage your jumper as long as you follow these simply steps.

Please remember to always use Cold Water as Hot Water will not only damage your cashmere, but it will encourage the stain to set further. 

1: Using a butter knife or a spoon, carefully lift said ketchup/peanut butter globule from the affected area.

2: Next, run cold water through the back of the stain as quickly as possible as this will push the stain out the back of the fabric.

 Do not run the water through the front of the stain as this will only push it deeper into your jumper. Also, make sure that you use cold water because hot water will only set the stain further.

3: Next, massage a tiny amount of dish soap onto the stain with your fingers. Now, whilst dish soap might sound controversial, it is excellent at cutting through grease (this is its job spec after all), and it is safe to use on cashmere in tiny amounts.

4: Rinse the area in question with cool water so that all the soap is washed off and lay the jumper flat to dry.