REMINDER TO THE BUYER
FOR SEWING PRODUCTS CARE
CLEANING AND SEMI-LENGTH FABRICS
To make the purchased product bring joy and serve for a long time, follow our recommendations.
Remember that fibers, threads and fabrics are created using different technologies and also undergo different types of processing. Therefore, take care of your products in accordance with the care symbols indicated on the label, and also adhere to the following simple rules:
- Before washing, the zippers and buttons in the products must be closed.
- The drum of the washing machine should be about half full. This will provide an effective, gentle wash, easy rinsing and spinning.
- Garments made of colored fabrics in contrasting colors or with a contrasting finish should be machine washed in warm water (no higher than 40 degrees) using detergents for colored fabrics that do not contain bleaching agents.
- It is not advisable to use agents with bioadditives (enzymes) for washing, as they can deform the thread and lead to the fabric creeping at the seams.
- Products made of colored canvases in contrasting colors or with a contrasting finish must not be soaked and boiled, as well as left wet when folded.
- Products with embroidery, lace, printed patterns, plain dyed and “wrinkled” should be washed and ironed from the wrong side, so as not to damage the decorative elements, applied design and color of the product.
- When washing “wrinkled” items, use fabric softener.
- When soaking and washing, the detergent must be diluted in water, and not applied directly to the product.
- Colored cloths should be washed separately from white items.
- Spinning in the washing machine is allowed. Recommended spin speed 400-600 rpm.
- It is not advisable to dry products made of colored cloths in the sun, as the color of the product may change (fade).
- Iron linen products at a maximum temperature of 150 degrees with a humidifier.
- Do not iron bed linen with zippers through the ironing roller.
- Contact of linen products with chemically active substances in domestic conditions is prohibited.
- When using and washing products from colored cloths of saturated colors, the color transition to the contacting surfaces, as well as some color change, is allowed.
- Linen products after washing can shrink within the specified limits.
- During the exploitation of linen products, the formation of fluff and pilling is allowed, because products are made from natural fibers.
- In products with the use of regenerated fibers, the inclusion of colored fibers throughout the background is allowed.
If our recommendations are not followed, as well as if:
- careless use;
- mechanical stress for which the product is not designed;
- exposure to chemically active substances in the domestic environment;
- violation of the rules of dry cleaning (both personally and by specialized organizations);
- the impact of other external causes that are not subject to the control of the manufacturer
QUALITY CLAIMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED !!!
Linen products bactericidal, antifungal and hypoallergenic properties.
The art of spinning threads from flax has been known for more than one thousand years, and until now, linen fabrics do not lose their relevance in everyday life, fashion, and in production. The unique properties of linen fibers make fabrics not only pleasant and durable, but also beneficial to health.
Flax fiber has bactericidal properties. This means that the pathogenic microflora dies upon contact with linen fabrics. The silica (silicon dioxide) found in flax inhibits the growth of bacteria that cause fermentation and putrefaction. Regular sleeping on linen underwear or wearing linen clothes accelerates the healing of wounds and sunburn, moreover wounds in linen bandages heal faster. Linen can be ironed and boiled for maximum sterilization.
Flax's antifungal properties help it treat fungal diseases. For this reason kitchen linen towels will not turn into a “bacteria bomb”. Your entire body gets a similar effect when you sleep on linen bedding.
Not dyed linen fabrics are hypoallergenic. There are known cases of allergy to synthetic fabrics, wool, silk, to linen, however, - not recorded. In addition, while grown, flax is much less processed with chemicals than cotton. The high strength of flax fibers does not require manufacturers to use fabric improvers or apply shrinkage protection to it. A piece of advice for allergy sufferers and asthmatics - choose linen fabrics that wrinkle easily and are difficult to iron - they do not have chemical treatment against creasing.
Linen fabric “breathes” very well as it’s a natural material; it lets air, steam in and out. Linen ensures optimal ventilation of the skin, helps us regulate heat – it warms when it comes into contact with the skin in winter; it removes heat, reducing body temperature in summer. The hygroscopicity, or the ability to absorb and evaporate moisture, is higher for flax than for cotton (12 and 8%, accordingly). This property is important not only for our summer clothes, but also for bed linen and kitchen towels at any time of the year.
Linen does not electrify. It means that your hairstyle will always look neat if you wear linen shirts or sleep on linen pillowcases - no more “fly-away” hair on your head in the morning or flat hair. In addition, the minimum electrification ensures the cleanliness of the fabric: it gets dirty less and more slowly, does not collect fibers of a different color and dust.
How to use the beneficial properties of flax to the maximum?
Wear linen clothing. In the summer heat, linen dresses and shirts are a real find. Linen removes moisture and heat well, so the body temperature in linen clothes is 4–5 ° C lower than in cotton. White linen protects the body from UV radiation and the entire spectrum of sunlight, protecting the body from wilting and early aging.
Sleep on linen bedding. If you have problem skin, dermatological diseases, or just sit out in the sun, sheets, pillowcases and a duvet cover made of unbleached linen will relieve itching and help relieve skin irritation while you sleep. Linen sheets are recommended for bedsores, since flax provides the ventilation they need, heals bedsores, and increases the growth of fresh epithelium.
Hang linen curtains. In addition to the ecological cleanliness of the interior, curtains made of unbleached linen will help create a stylish decor in the house, they will gently diffuse light, and will not become electrified. You will feel the bactericidal properties of linen fabrics, even if you hang them in the form of curtains in the bedroom, nursery, in the kitchen to maintain a favorable microflora. Linen curtains will become your "natural conditioner" - in winter they will help to keep warm, in summer they will protect you from the heat of the street. The curtains will be easily washed and will need to be replaced no earlier than in a few decades.
Incorporate linen products into your wardrobe, put them in your bedroom and you won't regret your choice. After all, there is nothing more valuable than your excellent health and the health of your relatives.