Wash sheets in cold water with half the recommended amount of detergent.
We suggest washing your bed linens separate from other laundry to avoid any pilling due to abrasion with other materials and fabrics.
Do not use bleach or whiteners as they can weaken and damage fibers over time and also cause yellowing.
If using a washing machine with an agitator (the device in the center of top loading washer that spins and rotates), we recommend washing linens in a mesh bag to avoid any twisting of the fabric around the agitator.
However, If the pillow case seams do get twisted, you can easily iron them out.
The ideal method to dry is to line or hang dry the linens avoiding direct sunlight (direct sunlight can cause fading or yellowing over time).
If machine drying, we suggest low tumble dry.
High heat can damage and shrink the fabric.
We also recommend not using fabric softeners, as the coat the fabric with chemicals and don’t allow the fabric to breathe.
Your sheets will naturally get softer over time with each washing.
Do not overload machine - provide the linens room to dry properly with our excess time, heat and rotations.
Ironing is generally not required. However for those of you who enjoy freshly pressed sheets, we recommend ironing with heat (or steam).
Do not use starch as this may dry out the fabric and cause threads to break or fray.
Starch may also feel scratchy to those with sensitive skin.
As mentioned above, if using a washing machine with an agitator, linens may appear twisted.
The best way to alleviate this, is by ironing along the seams and edges to keep strait elegant lines.
We suggest keeping in a cool, dry place, avoiding any direct sunlight, but also allow the fabric to breathe.