Wool is a wonderful material with superior insulation performance, moisture absorbency, and elasticity. To take the best possible care of your woolen products, always check the care label for exact instructions.


Wool is a natural, antibacterial fiber that’s highly resistant to stains. Airing your wool garment is usually enough to keep it clean and fresh. The ideal weather for airing is cold and damp.


When it’s finally time to wash the item, use a detergent that’s made for wool. Carefully reshape the product into its original shape while damp. Dry flat.

Removing pilling
Pilling (the small fuzzy balls of short fibers) sometimes occurs on a woolen item, especially when it’s new. Minor pilling is typical of all-natural fiber products with a soft surface. The easiest way to remove pilling is with a soft brush or simply use your fingers to pick off the fuzzy pills.


When storing your wool items, fold them up and keep them in an airy space.


Silk items are best ironed on the reverse side through a damp cloth. Please use appropriate heat.