To keep your blanket looking its best and prevent future shedding, there are a few simple steps you can take.
It's a delicate product made of %100 cotton. Avoid over-washing your blanket. Washing too often or using harsh detergents can damage the fibers of the fabric and cause it to break down more quickly. Stick to washing once every two months or so with a gentle detergent specifically designed for delicate fabrics.
Do not bleach.
It's important to use cold water (Max 30°C) and a gentle detergent when washing your blanket, as hot water can cause the fibers in the fabric to break down more quickly.
Wash on a short, gentle cycle (max 600 rpm)on low heat, with as much water as possible to allow for movement.
Be sure not to overload machines with too many items when laundering blankets as this can cause excess friction between materials leading again to increased levels of pilling on fabrics due to their weakened state after being washed incorrectly. Wash it separately to avoid friction.
Do not dry clean.
When it comes to drying your blanket, air drying is always best. The heat from dryers can damage fabrics and lead to premature wear and tear on blankets. You should hang it up outside or inside away from direct sunlight and heat sources like radiators or fireplaces. Do not wring.
If needed, iron with a warm iron.
Keep away from sharp objects.
Store blankets in breathable containers or bags when not in use.
It'a delicate product hand-woven from %100 natural wool. Avoid machine wash.
We advise professional rug cleaning.
For slight stains gently apply apple vinegar and cold water mix or natural soap and mild carpet shampoo with a damp cloth.
You can use a vacuum cleaner to keep your rug clean, but avoid using a high suction setting on your vacuum.
Avoid vacuuming the fringes.
If needed you can use an anti-slip rug underlay. They should be cut within the dimensions of the rug and applied directly onto the floor to secure the rug in place and avoid slips.
As much as we adore our furry friends, keep an eye on them to prevent scratching.