They can be found in all the garments you buy: the small tags with care symbols. Here you can learn which materials the garment is made from as well as instructions on how to treat the item when washing, etc. Is your new dress marked dry clean and does this mean dry clean only, can you wash a loosely knitted blouse at 40 degrees and can your new silk pants be ironed or not? We have collected a few easy and straight forward tips on how to best take care of your newly purchased clothing garments – and make them last longer.
Follow the washing instructions:
As a general rule you should always follow the care instructions in the garment. If you disregard these instructions you lose your warranty rights – and even worse: your beloved item may end up being discolored, too small or looking like a shapeless rag.
Before putting your clothes in the washing machine:
In case you get stains on your clothes:
AND REMEMBER! When it comes to removing stains you have to lightly dab the stain to avoid damaging the fabric.
If you need help when washing your new clothes, you are always welcome to contact our customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org or on phone +45 3212 4000.