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Cotton

Cotton is a natural fibre grown all around the world by millions of farmers and we use responsibly sourced cottons throughout our collections each season. Here’s how to wash, dry and iron your cotton styles to ensure they last season after season.

HOW TO WASH, DRY AND IRON COTTON
A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

Ensure you follow the wash care label carefully to ensure the garment lasts for its optimum lifespan.

If your wash care label advises a delicate machine wash, we’d advise the following steps.

MACHINE WASHING

STEP 1
Pre-treat any oil based stains prior to machine washing. Spot clean with detergent/stain remover and thoroughly rinse garments before washing.

STEP 2
Turn the cotton item inside out.

STEP 3
Do not overload the machine – garments should be able to move freely. Wash similar colours together.

STEP 4
Add suitable washing detergent to your machine according to the load size. You can also add fabric softener as this helps reduce staticness.

STEP 5
Select the 30 degrees machine wash cycle on your washing machine.

DRYING

Give garments a gentle stretch when they come out of the wash to get them back into shape. Always air dry clothes flat and out of the sun if possible.

IRONING

STEP 1
Cotton is very prone to creasing, so it is often necessary to iron your styles. However, try to avoid too much ironing and refer to the garment care label to know what iron temperature setting is safe.

STEP 2
Iron cotton items while they are still slightly damp or alternatively use the steam setting on your iron. Make sure the items are dry/aired before folding and putting away.

STEP 3
Items like T-shirts and jeans often don’t need ironing. Just gently stretch them when they come out of the washing machine and then air dry them flat.