All scarves can be washed.
Basically, “less is more”.
Wool is naturally antibacterial and has self-cleaning properties.
It is often enough to hang the scarf out in the fresh air overnight.
If you still need/want to wash the scarf, please note that any dry cleaner will be happy to do this for you.
If you would like to wash the scarf yourself, here is our tip on how best to do it - please note that we cannot guarantee success and generally advise against it.
Textile cleaning is better than washing yourself
Machine washing is better than hand washing!
Machine Washing Instructions:
1. Machine wash before hand washing - we strongly recommend not hand washing the scarf
2. Select the wool program on your washing machine
3. If possible, change the temperature to “cold”, or max 20 degrees Celsius
4. Reduce the spin to a maximum of 400 revolutions per minute
5. Choose a wool detergent you like - never use fabric softener!
6. After washing, lay the scarf flat on a terry towel to dry
7. When the scarf is dry, you should iron it hot and with steam!
Don't worry, the scarf will not be damaged when ironed; on the contrary, it will only become soft and fluffy again after ironing.
8. If you have any questions, please contact us!
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