Hand wash

Do not bleach

Dry flat

Iron on low heat

Dry clean


  • Cleaning: Hand wash only.
    Gently hand wash the burlap fabric in cold water with mild detergent. Avoid wringing or twisting the fabric, as it may damage the fibers. Agitate the fabric gently in the water to clean, then rinse thoroughly to remove the soap.
  • Drying: Lay flat to dry.
    After washing, gently squeeze out excess water or roll the burlap in a clean, dry towel. Do not wring or twist the fabric. Lay the burlap flat on a clean, dry surface, preferably in the shade or indoors, to air dry. Keep it away from direct sunlight, as it can cause fading or brittleness..
  • Ironing: Iron on low heat with a damp cloth between the iron and the burlap. If your burlap is wrinkled, iron it on a low heat setting. Place a clean, damp cloth between the iron and the burlap to prevent scorching the fibers. Gently iron the fabric, avoiding excessive pressure or prolonged contact with the iron.
  • Bleaching: Do not bleach.
    Harsh chemicals, bleach, or fabric softeners can damage burlap's natural fibers. Stick to mild detergents and gentle cleaning methods to preserve the fabric's integrity.
  • Dry Cleaning: Do not dry clean.
    Dry cleaning can be harsh on burlap fabric and may cause it to lose its natural texture or appearance. It's best to avoid dry cleaning and opt for hand washing instead.

By following these care instructions and understanding the corresponding symbols, you can properly maintain your burlap items to keep them looking their best and extend their lifespan. Always consult the specific care label on your burlap item, as instructions may vary slightly.