Ordered before 4:00 PM on workdays, shipped the same day

Textile care

Learn how to care for different types of textiles such as viscose, polyester, linen, cotton and more with our handy guide. Discover washing and drying instructions, lint and stain removal tips, and more. Check out our page now for expert advice on textile care!


Viscose is a natural material, derived from wood pulp (cellulose). It has excellent moisture-absorbing and anti-static properties, and is known for its soft and breathable nature.

Viscose can be washed by hand at a maximum temperature of 40 degrees Celsius. Because viscose becomes more fragile when wet, it is important to be careful and avoid harsh rubbing or brushing.

When machine washing, the temperature should not exceed 40 degrees Celsius to prevent shrinkage and wear. It is advisable to wash viscose products on a wool or silk program with a mild detergent. Avoid washing viscose with garments that contain sharp elements, such as zippers, to avoid damaging the fabric.

Viscose can be safely ironed, preferably on the inside to prevent shine. In case of shrinkage after washing, ironing on the inside can help to lengthen the garment. To protect the fabric, do not set the iron to the highest temperature.

Stains on viscose are best treated with a liquid detergent. Apply the detergent directly to the stain and then wash the garment by hand or in the washing machine.


Polyester is a synthetic fiber made from petroleum and natural gas. It is known for its durability, color fastness and light, breathable properties.

Polyester can be safely washed in the washing machine at a maximum of 40 degrees Celsius. It is recommended to use the synthetic or delicate wash cycle, and when washing jackets, turn them inside out.

Polyester can usually be dried safely in the dryer at a low temperature. Any wrinkles can be removed with an iron on a low setting to prevent damage to the fabric.

Although polyester and polyamide are both synthetic fibers, they differ in composition and properties. Polyamide is generally more durable and sensitive to heat than polyester, making it important to follow proper care instructions.


Linen is a natural, airy fabric made from flax fibers. It is known for its durability, ventilation and insulating properties, as well as its anti-allergic and anti-bacterial properties.

Linen should be washed on a delicate program with a maximum temperature of 95 degrees Celsius. It is recommended not to use bleach and always wash linen warm to remove bacteria.

Linen should not be dried in the tumble dryer as hot air can damage the fibres. It is recommended to dry linen flat, away from direct sunlight, to avoid discoloration.

Although cotton and linen are both natural fibers, they differ in origin and production process. Linen is made from flax fibers, while cotton comes from the cotton plant. Linen generally has similar properties to cotton, but is more durable and requires specific care instructions.


Cotton is a natural material derived from the cotton plant. It is known for its durability, moisture-absorbing and air-permeable properties, as well as its ease of cleaning.

Cotton is safe to machine wash, but may shrink at higher temperatures. It is recommended to wash cotton at a low temperature the first time and not to put it directly in the dryer to prevent shrinkage. New cotton designs should be washed first to minimize shrinkage.


Lyocell, also known as Tencel, is a natural fiber made from wood pulp. It is known for its breathability and durability, although it can be slightly more expensive to purchase.

Lyocell can be washed by hand with a mild detergent on a cold program, or in the washing machine on a delicate program. It is recommended to protect the material in a laundry net to prevent wear.

Lyocell is wrinkle resistant and can be safely air dried or tumble dried on a medium temperature.


Elastane, also known as spandex, is a synthetic fiber with great stretchability and shape retention. It is often used in stretchy garments such as underwear and sportswear.

Elastane can be washed at 30 degrees Celsius, but should not be tumble dried. It is recommended not to expose elastane to high temperatures to avoid damage.

Elastane is a synthetic fiber that is very elastic, while cotton is a natural fiber that is not elastic. Combining the two creates a fabric that is both stretchy and comfortable.


Silk is a luxurious fabric made from cocoons, known for its natural shine and temperature-regulating properties.

Silk should only be washed by hand on a cold program, with a mild detergent without alkalis. It is recommended to protect silk in a cushion cover or laundry bag to prevent damage.

Silk should not be put in the dryer and should be dried flat to prevent shrinkage and damage to the fibers.


Wool is a natural material derived from animals, known for its elasticity and moisture-repellent properties.

Wool should be washed on a wool wash program with a maximum temperature of 20-30 degrees Celsius, and with a mild detergent without fabric softener.

Wool should be dried flat to avoid distortion, as hanging wet wool can cause stretching and deformation of the fibers.

Want to know more about our products?

Follow our blog

We highlight manufacturers and suppliers who tell everything about our clothing.