Fabric Care | Voya

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Silk

How to take care of Silk to make it last longer.

Premium silk doesn’t need to be washed after each wear, silks natural qualities as a non absorbing fabric, means it doesn’t hold on to strong odours. We recommend airing silk garments between wears to ventilate, but avoid hanging in any direct sunlight which could damage the colour.

Delicate hand washing is the preferred choice for silk garments, it not only saves on water, it is also much gentler to the fibre. When hand washing only use luke warm water, and gentle detergent or light shampoo. After hand washing, do not wring the garment, try to lay flat on a towel and reshape when wet, or sandwich the garment between two towels and leave to dry flat.

If you insist to use a machine, opt for a low spin cycle, use a low temperature, to prevent colour fading and fibre damage.

We do not recommend tumble drying silk, it is best to air dry laying flat. Clip hangers & thin wire hangers may leave imprints in the garment.

We suggest only ironing on a low temperature, or steaming the silk for any stubborn creases.

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Linen

How to take care of Linen to make it last longer.

Linen doesn’t need to be washed after each wear, unless it is stained, or heavily soiled. We recommend hanging the garment outside to air in-between wears.

When washing, opt for a low spin cycle and gentle detergent, use a low temperature, we suggest between 30-40* to prevent colour fading and damaging the linen fibre.

Alternatively, hand washing not only saves on water, it is also much gentler to the linen fibres. When hand washing only use luke warm water. After hand washing, lightly wring the garment, and ideally lay flat and reshape when wet, to avoid having to iron.

We do not recommend tumble drying linen, it is best to air dry hanging or laying flat.

Ironing on a low temperature is recommended.

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Cotton

How to take care of Cotton to make it last longer.

Cotton can be hand or machine washed, when washing use a gentle detergent, we suggest setting the temperature between 30-40* to prevent colour fading and fibre damage. Cotton is a resilient fibre, but to make it last longer, and avoid shrinking, use a low temperature.

Any stains should be pretreated before washing for best results.

We do not recommend tumble drying cotton, as the heat can cause shrinkage to natural fibres. It is best to air dry hanging or laying flat.

Ironing on a mid temperature, or steaming is recommended.

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Tencel

How to take care of Tencel to make it last longer.

Tencel can be hand or machine washed, when washing use a gentle detergent, we suggest setting the temperature between 30-40* to prevent colour fading and fibre damage.

Alternatively, hand washing not only saves on water, it is also much gentler to the fibres. When hand washing only use luke warm water. After hand washing, lightly wring the garment, and ideally lay flat and reshape when wet, to avoid having to iron.

Any stains should be pretreated before washing for best results.

We do not recommend tumble drying Tencel, as the heat can cause shrinkage. It is best to air dry hanging or laying flat.

Ironing on a mid temperature, or steaming is recommended.

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Cashmere

How to take care of Cashmere to make it last longer.

Cashmere shouldn’t be washed after each wear, unless it is stained, or heavily soiled. Its natural fibres, are anti bacterial and don’t hold on to odours. We recommend hanging the garment outside to air in-between wears.

When washing, opt for a low spin cycle and gentle detergent, use a low temperature, we suggest 30* to prevent colour fading and damaging the wool. Alternatively, hand washing not only saves on water, it is also much gentler to the fabric. When hand washing only use luke warm water. After hand washing, lightly wring the garment, and ideally lay flat and reshape when wet, to avoid having to iron.

We do not suggest to use fabric softener on cashmere as it can stop the wool from being as breathable.

We do not recommend tumble drying as the heat can shrink and damage the wool, it is best to air dry hanging or laying flat.

Pilling does occur in natural fibres so use a wool pilling comb or fabric shaver gently to remedy this.

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Merino Wool

How to take care of Merino to make it last longer.

Merino wool doesn’t need to be washed after each wear, unless it is stained, or heavily soiled. Its natural fibres, are anti bacterial and don’t hold on to odours. We recommend hanging the garment outside to air in-between wears.

When washing, opt for a low spin cycle and gentle detergent, use a low temperature, we suggest 30* to prevent colour fading and damaging the wool. Alternatively, hand washing not only saves on water, it is also much gentler to the fabric. When hand washing only use luke warm water. After hand washing, lightly wring the garment, and ideally lay flat and reshape when wet, to avoid having to iron.

We do not suggest to use fabric softener on merino wool as it can stop the wool from being as breathable.

We do not recommend tumble drying as the heat can shrink and damage the wool, it is best to air dry hanging or laying flat.

Pilling does occur in natural fibres so use a wool pilling comb or fabric shaver gently to remedy this.

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