Some advice to take good care of your products
- If there are colour contrasts, it is suggested to wash the item separately, respecting the temperature indicated on the label.
- Natural fabrics such as wool, linen or silk shrink if they are washed at higher temperatures and they distort in the centrifuge or if they are hang out vertically.
- We suggest you wash the artificial and synthetic fabrics with lukewarm water and to iron them at low temperature and on the reverse side. If possible wash them with a liquid detergent, not with a solid or powdery one.
- Jeans must be washed on the reverse side at a temperature not higher than 40°C.
- Leather items must be treated only by specialized laundries.
- In case of decorations or prints it is suggested to iron the item on the reverse side.
- Take off the removable parts before washing/ironing
- When you let your items dry outside, avoid the direct exposition to the sunbeams
- When you iron, start applying the lower temperature. Iron the items when they are lightly damp and on the reverse side in case of darker colours.
What do the symbols shown on the labels mean?
Machine wash. The number (30º C, 40º C, 60º C, 95º C) indicates the maximum washing temperature.
Machine wash, permanent press, normal program and short centrifuge. The number (30º C, 40º C, 60º C, 95º C) indicates the maximum washing temperature.
Hand wash, maximum 30°C. Do not rub nor squeeze.
Do not wash.
Bleach if needed.
Do not bleach.
Maximum ironing temperature: maximum temperature 200°C. Cotton, linen or viscose.
Medium ironing temperature: maximum temperature 150°C. Wool and blends of polyester.
Low ironing temperature: maximum temperature 110°C. Natural silk, raion, acetate or acrylic.
Do not iron.
Dry-clean. The letters A, F, P inside circles indicate the type of products suitable for each items (useful information for laundries).
Do not dry-clean.
Do not tumble dry.
Dry normal, low heat.
Dry normal, medium heat.
Hang to dry.
Man-made fibres are entirely produced in chemical plants or laboratories. If they derive from polymers that occur naturally, they are named artificial fibres. On the other hand, if they derive from polymers entirely produced in chemical plants, such as by-products of petroleum or natural gas, they are named synthetic fibres.
The viscose or raion is a soft fibre similar to cotton and with a similar aspect to wool or silk. It can easily wrinkle, and it is highly absorbent. It can shrink when washed because of its low resistance.
It is a light and soft artificial fibre with a similar aspect to silk. Some of its characteristics are: it doesn’t shrink, it does not lose colour and it does not wrinkle too much. It is usually used for underwear, blouses, dresses and other accessories.
It is a soft and comfortable artificial fibre, with properties similar to cotton with elastane. It is resistant and it does not wrinkle.
Synthetic fibre that is highly resistant and does not wrinkle nor shrinks. It has several applications, used alone or together with natural or chemical fibres. It has low costs and it dries quickly.
Soft and comfortable synthetic fibre. It is highly resistant to extreme and moderate climatic conditions. It is often merged to wool to obtain higher resistance.
Highly resistant and elastic synthetic fibre commonly known as Nylon. It deforms at high temperatures and it does not absorbs transpiration.
This fibre is used to give elasticity to clothes. It is commonly known as Lycra, it is usually merged with other fibres.
Natural fibres are obtained using substances that occur naturally. They are divided in vegetal or natural fibres, according to their origin.
It is a fibre of vegetal origin obtained from the linen plant. It is strong, flexible, very resistant and shiny, it absorbs humidity and transpiration. It easily wrinkles.
It is a white fibre of vegetal origin with a shiny and silky finish. It’s one of the strongest and most resistant natural fibre but is has a lack of elasticity. It secure colours very well, it lasts for a long time and it is soft.
It is a fibre of vegetal origin, it is soft, elastic and resistant with high-capacity of humidity absorption. It is the most employed fibre and it easily wrinkles.
It is a soft and elastic natural fibre of animal origin. With its thermal capacity that allows to absorb or evaporate water based on the external temperature, it adapts to changes in body temperature.
Soft and shiny fibre derived from the silk worm. It’s the fibre with the highest quality and best aspect, it is silky and soft and it has a characteristic shiny.