Machine wash in cold water

Hand wash

Do not Bleach

Iron on appropriate heat

Tumble dry or air dry


  • Check the label: Always check the care label on the garment for specific instructions, as the care may vary depending on the fiber content and fabric construction.
  • Machine wash or hand wash: In general, woven cotton, linen, and synthetic fabrics can be machine washed in cold water on a gentle cycle. Delicate fabrics, such as silk or fine wool, may need to be hand-washed.
  • Do not bleach: Avoid using bleach or any detergent containing bleach, as it can damage the fabric.
  • Iron on appropriate heat: Iron woven garments on the appropriate heat setting for the fabric type (low for delicate fabrics like silk, medium for synthetic fabrics, and high for cotton and linen).
  • Tumble dry or air dry: Cotton, linen, and synthetic woven fabrics can generally be tumble dried on a low heat setting. Delicate fabrics, such as silk or fine wool, should be air-dried flat or hung to dry.

  • Dry clean: Some woven fabrics, such as wool, silk, or garments with special finishes, may require professional dry cleaning