Washing advice Cotton:
For cotton, use an anti-bleed cloth for the first few washes to keep your colors from bleeding. Use little liquid detergent, set the machine to a maximum of 40 ° C and always add 1 dl natural vinegar.
There are 3 types of synthetic fibers: polyester, acrylic and polyamide. The raw materials for these fibers are extracted from petroleum.
Washing advice Synthetic Fibers:
The fabric can be washed by hand as well as in the machine, maximum temperature 40 ° C. Roll the garment in a towel and then hang it rolled out to dry again.
Washing advice printed clothing:
Wash at a maximum of 40 degrees. Although hand wash is even better, we know that not everyone has the time. Our clothing can therefore simply be put in the washing machine, provided you do not set it higher than 40 degrees Celsius. Otherwise the clothes will become too hot and there is a risk of damage. Always wash inside out. To protect the print, always turn the clothes inside out before putting them in the washing machine. In this way the print never comes into direct contact with dangerous hooks or zippers. Tip: Always fasten and close the zippers, buttons and hooks. Printed clothes should not be put in the dryer. The dryer is a death sentence for printed clothes. Always hang your printed clothes. Indoors or outdoors does not matter, as long as you do not put the clothing in direct, harsh sunlight. This can cause the color of the textiles to fade.Use a mild detergent.Avoid detergents with aggressive substances such as bleach, which can damage the print. Preferably you wash the clothes with a soft, liquid detergent. Do not use fabric softener! This can cause the adhesive layer to peel off. Do not iron printed clothing!
Perhaps this is the most important tip. You should never iron the print. You can iron the clothing around the print, but make sure you don't touch the photo or text with the hot iron. When you iron the clothes, it is wise to set the iron to the lowest temperature. If you accidentally touch the print, it will not be immediately damaged.
Washing advice clothes with sequins and rhinestones.
It is best to let clothes with sequins and rhinestones air out and not wash them. You can also choose to carefully run the clothing through lukewarm water with dissolved detergent for colored laundry. Then rinse the clothes well with clean water. Pay attention! After washing, squeeze the clothes. Do not wring, this will cause wrinkles and can damage the sequins. If you prefer to put the garment in the washing machine, use a laundry bag or a pillowcase max 30 degrees!