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Polyester

As part of our established efforts to reduce the environmental impact of our materials, we continue to replace virgin polyester with recycled polyester, lowering our dependence on fossil fuels. This also drives down our carbon footprint while regenerating existing materials that would have otherwise ended up in landfill.

Polyester is a synthetic fibre, which is durable and resilient thanks to the strong man made fibres. It washes well, dries quickly and is crease resistant. To make your polyester styles last, ensure you follow wash care labels carefully.

HOW TO WASH AND DRY POLYESTER
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

If your wash care label advises a delicate machine wash:

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 polyester item inside out. Ideally place your item in a mesh/guppy bag – this helps to prevent snags and damage to the item.

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

STEP 4
Add suitable 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.

HAND WASHING

If your care label instructs to hand wash:

STEP 1
Using a clean bowl, dissolve a small amount of Delicate Wash detergent into lukewarm water at a max temperature of 30°C.

STEP 2
Submerge the item and gently agitate with your hands, ensuring the soap is evenly distributed.

STEP 3
Leave to soak for up to 20 minutes.

STEP 4
Rinse the item well with cool water. Do not wring, instead, press the water out of the item.

DRYING

STEP 1
Hang or line dry. Please read the care label as to whether to avoid direct sunlight due to the garment colour/print.

STEP 2
Do not dry with heat or in a tumble dryer as it may cause gradual shrinkage.

STEP 3
To remove the creases, turn the item inside out and apply a warm iron on reverse.