After use

If you assess that your clothes is beyond repair, then please donate it to charity and make sure that someone less fortunate will benefit from the clothes. Whatever do decide to do, please do not through it away.

Pre-wash

Before washing, make it into a habit to pre-treat stains thoroughly - you'll be surprised the difference it makes. Finally, turn the clothes inside out in order to retain longevity of the color and quality.

Wash

You should only wash your clothes when necessary - air it out instead after wearing it a few times. Also, you can save a significant amount of energy just by lowering the washing temperature and don’t worry, your clothes will still get clean. When washing more sensitive fabrics, make sure to check the care label.

Drying

When drying your clothes, try to hang-dry as much as possible and only tumble dry when necessary. This will both save a lot of energy and your clothes will last longer. Apply a hanger for your shirts in order to avoid creases and reduce the need for ironing. After washing wool or knitwear do not hang dry as the weight of the wet fabric, will make it go out of shape. Instead, find a spot to lay them flat and dry.

Care and repair

Always strive to repair your clothes whenever possible and remember to keep the spare buttons that are attached to the product in case you will need it. If you aren't able to repair the clothes yourself, then drop by your local tailor.

After use

If you assess that your clothes is beyond repair, then please donate it to charity and make sure that someone less fortunate will benefit from the clothes. Whatever you decide to do, please do not throw it away.