Pure linen isn't fussy however if you give it the right amount of TLC it will last a lifetime.
All of our linen will arrive pre-washed (stone-washed in fact) however we always recommend giving it a wash prior to sleeping in it.
Always wash your bedding separate to anything else. Towels may leave lint and any zippers or buttons may roughen the smooth texture of your linen. We also recommend that you don’t overdo the washing powder or fabric softener, a minimal amount of washing powder and no softener is best to preserve the longevity of your linen.
No need to dry clean your linen, a cold machine wash on a gentle cycle will do the trick. Also, wash your colour’s and whites separately, this will ensure you preserve the colour of the linen.
Linen is all about that natural, relaxed, lived in look, but should you wish to be rid of the wrinkles only use an iron on a low setting to make sure you're not burning the fibres. The same goes for using your tumble dryer, only use on a low setting and remove your linen from the dryer before it is completely dry. This will ensure the fibres are not being damaged by any excessive heat. Using the tumble dryer can sometimes increase the amount of lint your linen produces however this will dramatically reduce after the first few washes. For best results, line dry where possible
If you plan on storing your linen away in the storage bag after its washed you should ensure it is completely dry as any moisture left in the fibres could give it a damp smell. Also make sure to never store your linen in containers etc. as it needs to breathe.