Do you have a question about the maintenance of your interior textile? We have listed and answered the most frequently asked questions for you. You can’t find an answer to your question? Chat with us.
We recommend washing the duvet cover before first use. Cleaning the bed linen first will absorb moisture. A moisture-absorbing duvet cover increases sleep comfort.
Rinsing bed linen in cold water first helps to fix colors better.
Always wash linen inside out. When you wash inside out, it preserves the color of the linen. By washing inside out, you also avoid washing traces.
Wash new colored textile for the first time separately or by hand, so you're sure that the new textile will not run on your other laundry. Adding a little vinegar will fix the colors. Don’t soak your new fabric overnight, because the colors could fade away.
We don’t recommend a specific brand but avoid a laundry powder with optical bleach. Optical bleach powders can cause white spots on your colored textile. Choose a laundry product for colored laundry without optical bleach.
The temperature varies from one product to another, so always follow the instructions. Washing at a higher temperature than the one recommend is at your own risk.
We advise you against leaving your textile humid for a long time. The colors could fade away when the textile remains damp for too long. Immediately hanging linen in the open will also leave it less wrinkled.
Hang-drying give the nicest results. The fabric dries up smoothly and only needs to be ironed. Hang it up in a warm place or hang it out outside when the weather is nice.
Let your bed linen dry inside out, certainly if it hangs out in the sun, so the sun won’t fade the colors. Hang the table linen with the reverse side to the sun.
Carefully read the washing instructions.
If you dry in the dryer, use it for a short time, at a low temperature, and in a drum that’s not too full.
Wash the fabric in a drum that’s not too full. Wash no more than one two-person duvet cover or two single duvet covers at the same time. If the drum is too full, the laundry can not move sufficiently so that everything is not washed properly. If you often wash with a drum that’s too full, this can also damage the textile.
Wash the mattress or pillow protector every six weeks for hygienic reasons. Six weeks is actually the average growth time of house dust mite. By washing at 60° you make sure that house dust mite does not develop further.
In order to reactivate Teflon after a wash, just iron the tablecloth or the sofa slipcover.
Iron the Easy Clean tablecloth on reverse side. By ironing your Easy Clean tablecloth on reverse side, you protect the acryl layer on the front site.
The table protector is washable with a damp cloth or sponge. It’s a simple as that: wipe the table protector with a damp cloth or sponge and it will look like new.
You can wash your plaids unless specified otherwise by the washing instructions. Warning: never let the plaid remain damp. Remove it immediately from the washing machine and dry it in the dryer for a super soft throw. You don’t have a dryer? No problem, hang the throw and it will still remain soft.
We advise you against it. Have your duvet bedspread cleaned by a professional.
Synthetic bedspreads can be washed at 60°. Synthetic bedspreads can also be dried in a dryer.
The “My Pillow” pillows can be washed at 60°. Use the dryer to fluff up more volume to the pillows.