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How to Properly Care for Clothing

Every manufacturer provides specific advice regarding the washing and ironing of different types of clothing on the tags. Adhering to these instructions is a crucial component of effective wardrobe care.

Additional recommendations for caring for the most delicate fabrics are presented below:


  1. Classic Suit Fabrics

   It’s best to avoid machine washing suits. Instead, it is recommended to take them to dry cleaning or treat individual stains with a soapy solution, followed by a hand rinse.


  1. Wool

   Note that even high-quality wool can pill. One way to care for woolen sweaters and coats is to use a special lint remover. Odors from woolen clothing can be effectively aired out by simply hanging the item on a balcony for ventilation.


  1. Wool and Cashmere

   For washing wool and cashmere items, it is recommended to use the delicate cycle of a washing machine at a temperature of 20-30 degrees, or preferably hand wash. Use a special detergent that helps loosen the material. Avoid wringing after washing; opt for gentle manual wringing and laying flat to dry.


  1. Silk

   For silk, handwashing at a minimal temperature with a special detergent is recommended. It is important to avoid high temperatures and twisting, as this fabric tends to shrink and lose its shape.


  1. White Fabrics

   One of the basic rules for white clothing is never to wear it twice in a row. It is recommended to wash white items at temperatures recommended by the manufacturer and use an eco-friendly bleach. Soaking before washing also enhances the effect.


  1. Leather and Faux Leather

   Caring for leather or faux leather items can be a challenging task. For minor stains, a sponge soaked in soapy water can be used. In the case of significant stains, it is better to consult professionals at a dry cleaner.

In general, following the manufacturer’s advice and considering the characteristics of different fabrics will help prolong the life of your clothing.

Care for Clothing

How to Properly Care for Clothing

It all depends on the specific item and the recommendations provided by its manufacturer. Even if, for example, jeans and a thin sweater are made from the same material – 100% cotton, they still require careful attention and different care methods. Typically, my first step is to check the tag on the item, where washing temperature, drying method, and other essential details are specified. In the absence of this information, use deduction or seek advice from professionals.


The main rule is to wash multicolored clothes separately:

   Even if the fabric does not bleed color, it’s better to be sure.


Low Temperatures:

   If possible, it is recommended to wash clothes at low temperatures to extend their service life.


Printed T-Shirts:

   For those who love T-shirts with prints, it is recommended to wash them inside out to avoid friction and wear.


Special Attention to Underwear and Tights:

   Underwear and tights are better placed in a separate mesh bag to avoid snagging on sharp elements of other clothing.


Caring for Jeans:

   For jeans, it is recommended to turn them inside out during washing to preserve the color, and also to fasten the zipper and buttons to avoid deformation.


Delicate Items:

   Delicate items, such as cashmere products, are best washed by hand or using a delicate method. They should be carefully wrung out without twisting the entire water out.


Drying Delicate Items:

   For drying delicate items, it is recommended to lay them flat on a towel to avoid deformation.



   In the end, it is recommended to store sweaters rolled up in the closet, and pants and shirts on hangers to avoid deformation and keep them in proper condition for a long time.

Remember, the quality of the garment is about the longevity of your clothing. If durability is considered in the design from the beginning, with quality materials, seams, and cuts, the item can serve you for a long time, remaining in perfect condition. In the world of fast fashion, this is rare, but if you choose quality, your wardrobe can become durable.