Size Chart
 Care For Your Clothes
 Good Advice
 
 
 
Your clothes will last longer if you treat them the right way. We all know we rely on our maid in doing laundry. So please educate her in order to keep your clothes for a longer life. Here are some good advices on how to take care of the selected garments and materials.
 
Denim
Denim is given its characteristic look through a special dying method. Therefore tiny excess dye may be left on the surface and may cause dryrubbing. Wash your jeans inside out to maintain the colour and to avoid white creases.
 
Details
Remove detachable details and close zippers and velcros before washing. Wash delicate items such as nylons in a washing bag.
 
Down jackets
Use tennis balls in the dryer when you're drying your down garment and you'll get an even division of the down.
 
Heavy knits
Heavy knits should be dried flat to maintain their original shape.
 
Linen
Linen is a natural material that easily shrinks when wet. You'll get the original shape back through ironing the garment on maximum heat while damp. To maintain the lustre iron the garment on the inside out.
 
Rain clothes
Rain clothes should be hangdried. If you still choose to dry them in an airing cupboard you have to do this on a very low temperature.
 
Viscose
Viscose is a natural material that easily shrinks when wet. You'll get the original shape back through ironing the garment while damp.