When summer vacation is up for your chilly weather essentials, break them out of storage and get them back to baseline with our fabric-freshening, softening, and brightening moves.
Steaming provides the safest and gentlest finish for laundry items, releasing wrinkles and fluffing yarns for a natural finish. The steam and high heat will also work to kill most germs and bacteria, which help eliminate any musty odors. Add a capful of Ironing Water that clean, fresh laundry scent.
Don’t have a steamer handy? Use an iron set to the “steam” setting, hovering over the item without making direct contact. Pressing an iron on wool will crush or flatten their sensitive fibers.
Banish odors and freshen garments by misting them with one of our fabric sprays – kind of like a dry shampoo for your clothes. The Wool & Cashmere Spray was formulated for knits and removes odors, revives the fabric, and adds a light cedar scent.
Brushing helps bring out the natural oils in your knits, and that’s what keeps them soft and supple! Brush sweaters, blankets, cold weather accessories, outerwear, and more with Cashmere Brush.
Dinginess and yellowing most often affects cottons, linens, and durable synthetics, but your woolens aren't immune. Here’s how to brighten them right up.
Mild Yellowing: Add 1⁄4 cup of Scented Vinegar to a wash load, then launder as normal.
Moderate to Extreme Yellowing: Presoak the garment in a basin of cool water mixed with 1⁄4 cup of Scented Vinegar and allow to soak for up to 30 minutes. Launder as normal.