HOSBJERG CARE

Hosbjerg care How to Wash, Mend & Care

We recommend hand washing or dry cleaning only. Do not add fabric softener while washing. Rinse thoroughly your garment in lukewarm water and squeeze excess water with care before lifting out the cloth to avoid stretching. Rinse thoroughly your garment in lukewarm water and squeeze excess water with care before lifting out the cloth to avoid stretching.

Rinse thoroughly your garment in lukewarm water and squeeze excess water with care before lifting out the cloth to avoid stretching.

 
SILK HOSBJERGS SILK ITEMS ARE CRAFTED IN FINE SILK Your silk garment can last many years when taken care of properly. Silk is a natural fiber, and therefore a few rules need to be complied. Therefore, we recommend hand washing silk, or dry clean only. Use lukewarm water and mild soap. Soaking silk for more than a few minutes is to be avoided. To extract water, fold the garment in a towel.  Never spray perfume or deodorant directly on your silk garment, and make sure never to leave the silk in direct sunlight for too long.

SILK

HOSBJERGS SILK ITEMS ARE CRAFTED IN FINE SILK

Your silk garment can last many years when taken care of properly. Silk is a natural fiber, and therefore a few rules need to be complied. Therefore, we recommend hand washing silk, or dry clean only. Use lukewarm water and mild soap. Soaking silk for more than a few minutes is to be avoided. To extract water, fold the garment in a towel. 

Never spray perfume or deodorant directly on your silk garment, and make sure never to leave the silk in direct sunlight for too long.

If wrinkles appear, only iron on the backside, or hang your garment while taking a shower. The steam will remove most wrinkles.

If wrinkles appear, only iron on the backside, or hang your garment while taking a shower. The steam will remove most wrinkles.

Mend What You Can Value your clothes instead of treating them as interchangeable – always consider repairing before replacing.

Mend What You Can

Value your clothes instead of treating them as interchangeable – always consider repairing before replacing.

Fold Your Cashmere Avoid hanging your soft knits, they will loose their shape. Instead, lay it flat to dry and to store. We recommend hand washing or dry cleaning only. Do not add fabric softener while washing. Rinse thoroughly your garment in lukewarm water and squeeze excess water with care before lifting out the cloth to avoid stretching. Do not place your Cashmere garment in direct sunlight or on radiators and do not tumble dry

Fold Your Cashmere

Avoid hanging your soft knits, they will loose their shape. Instead, lay it flat to dry and to store.

We recommend hand washing or dry cleaning only. Do not add fabric softener while washing. Rinse thoroughly your garment in lukewarm water and squeeze excess water with care before lifting out the cloth to avoid stretching. Do not place your Cashmere garment in direct sunlight or on radiators and do not tumble dry

Try a Laundry Bag Wash your clothes right and they will last longer. Use a laundry bag for fine materials such as silk, viscose, wool and Tencel – and turn the clothes inside out to avoid colour changes.

Try a Laundry Bag

Wash your clothes right and they will last longer. Use a laundry bag for fine materials such as silk, viscose, wool and Tencel – and turn the clothes inside out to avoid colour changes.

Use a Clothing Brush Brush your wool clothes with a clothing brush, it reduces pilling and adds shine while removing unwanted residue. Cashmere can last you a long time, if you provide the proper attention. Small balls of fiber can be seen in Cashmere items after use, and are formed by loose fibers tangling together, when the area is rubbed during wear. You can remove these pills either with your hand, a razor blade or a special Cashmere comb.

Use a Clothing Brush

Brush your wool clothes with a clothing brush, it reduces pilling and adds shine while removing unwanted residue.

Cashmere can last you a long time, if you provide the proper attention. Small balls of fiber can be seen in Cashmere items after use, and are formed by loose fibers tangling together, when the area is rubbed during wear. You can remove these pills either with your hand, a razor blade or a special Cashmere comb.