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Clothing Care


Cashmere garments need to be treated with caution, as any fine wool. To make your appearance look always new you must follow the following steps:


  • wash by hand with cold water (35 º). Soap should be used.
  • Rinse the garment with cool water.
  • Drain the excess water by hand.
  • not expose the fabric to a strong heat or intense sunlight.
  • Use for ironing a damp cloth and set temperature for wool.

General Care

  • Never hang cashmere knitwear, will deform at the shoulders and stretch. It is advisable to keep them in a drawer, folding it carefully for the part of the sleeves to the interior of the garment and finally in half.
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  • If a stain on the fabric should be treated promptly. With a small brush rinse with water fríay allow to dry away from heat.
  • the end of each season, clean the garment and keep in a cool, dry place. Mothballs or spray will help protect clothes in case there moths.


To keep your wool garments in good shape, simply apply a series of recommendations:


  • is essential to read the instructions accompanying each article, found on a label sewn inside. These may vary depending on the product, some items require hand washing or dry cleaning, while others tolerate the use of washer and dryer.

General Care

  • Always empty pockets after use, otherwise it could cause unnecessary bumps or depressions.
  • Brush the surface
  • if there is evidence of dust that could become a stain in the future.
  • Treating stains immediately with water fríay dry with a clean cloth, never paper towels. For stubborn stains need to use a specialized soap, providing you follow the instructions.
  • dry the garment away from direct heat, as before the fire, over a radiator or sunlight. Dry clean only if the label indicates.
  • After using a piece of wool and before storage, we recommend stretching on the bed for about an hour, so the garment gets rid of unpleasant odors such as cigarette smoke.
  • For long-term storage, clothing shall be clean and dry to avoid being affected by moths. All types of wool can be stored with mothballs. Never put your clothes in a confined space.
  • For short term storage, never hang your wool, fold and put away in the closet.
  • If you want your wool garment will last longer, it is advisable not to use the garment for two consecutive days. This will give the garment the natural resilience.

Cotton shirts

    Before washing
  • unbutton all the buttons, this will decrease the stress in the affected areas as shirt buttons.
  • neck braces must be removed before washing to prevent wear and to be lost during the cleaning process.
  • is recommended to wash the shirts inside out. This protects both the mother of pearl buttons, and allows better cleaning in the underarm area.
  • Wash with water at a temperature of 40 ° to 60 °, always having read the instructions on the garment if any recommendation to the contrary.
  • Store in a dry and ventilated conditions. This will provide a long life to the shirt. It is preferable not dry clean because the steel drum tends to spoil the long parts of the collar and cuffs.

Ironing Board

  • cotton shirt is better to iron while still slightly damp. It is much easier then having to use the spray on the iron when it is very dry.
  • Place the garment on an ironing board and iron without using steam. The board must schedule at the designated temperature for cotton.
  • Overall, ironing a shirt collar, cuffs, sleeves and shoulders. You start using the front panel of the board and ends with the post. At the end you have to go back over any part of the shirt is wrinkled by the end of the process of ironing.
  • The neck should be wet on both sides. The back of the neck better than dry. You may have to gently pull one end of the neck as you press with an iron. Then turn the neck and repeat the procedure from the center of the neck, this will minimize unsightly wrinkles that usually form around. Try not to press too hard the tips, which are the most sensitive parts.
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  • need be ironed cuffs and similarly to the neck, ie, both sides. As previously stated, it is better not to exert too much pressure with the iron on the edges of the cuffs.
  • Shirts must be unbuttoned at all times to effectively ironing both sides of the garment.
  • Finally, once ironed shirt, hang on a hanger and fasten the top button, leaving the air for a few moments to get the last vestige of moisture disappears and thus minimize wrinkles.

Dry Cleaning

  • If you choose to wear their shirts to the cleaners, pick the service "hand wash" if you offer. This will help preserve natural tissues, which may suffer from repeated exposure to harsh chemical treatments that are part of the dry cleaning.

Silk ties


  • silk tie should never be washed or exposed to water.
  • should be dry cleaned.
  • recommend a product that specializes in dry cleaning, especially if there is a stain.

In an emergency

  • act quickly.
  • In a restaurant: if a light stain is recommended to cover it with fine salt that absorbs fat. Leave for a few minutes before brushing gently, at times the place has a special product for stains.
  • At home: It is recommended to always have a specific product for silk.
  • To completely remove a stain should be treated profecional.

General Care

    Removing the tie
  • never pull the loop through the end of the knot, this makes the fabric and sewing yield. Treat the knot carefully.
  • ties should be stored in a special lane for them.
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