Washing linen clothes
Always wash your linen clothes on your machine’s gentle cycle. If it is possible to select the water level in the washing machine, always use the maximum offered. Your clothing should move freely.
Do not crowd the washing machine with too many items at once. This can
twist or pull the linen fabric out of shape.
Linen clothes, like all other linen home textiles, must be washed in lukewarm temperatures – never in cold or hot water. Does linen shrink? Yes it does, especially if you wash it in too hot temperatures (above 40C is not recommended) . If your linen clothes were sold as not pre-washed you should
expect them to shrink a bit after the first wash, no matter what water temperature you use.
Drying linen clothes
If your linen garment is pre-washed during the production process, it is safe to
dry it in a tumble dryer. Set to a low the drying temperature and remove the garment while it is still slightly damp.
Always try to dry your linen clothes flat. Hangers or clothespins can cause marks on the fabric, and may also cause the garment to lose its original shape.
We love linen fabric’s natural creases, but if you really need to iron your linen clothes make sure they are slightly damp
Washing kimono clothes
We recommend to wash your kimono clothes only hand-wash or only delicate gentle cycle.