Our bed linens are made from the finest, pure Egyptian cotton and superbly woven to create soft quality product. With proper care our bed linens will become better and softer over time and will promote a healthy and comfortable sleep.
Avoid detergents that contain bleach, ammonia or enzymes as they may cause discoloration.
Use delicate detergent or a mild liquid biodegradable detergent without added bleach or whiteners. Avoid powdered detergent or detergents containing alkalis. The amount of detergent depends on how soiled the laundry is and on the hardness of the water. Use a smaller amount than specified on the package because such instructions usually over-estimate the required amount.
Most of our products are machine washable using cold or lukewarm water. Wash it in low temperature and avoid spinning.
However we also recommend the following care:
Sort your household linen by fiber (cotton, linen, silk, wool), color (whites, light colors, dark colors) and type of item (sheets, towels, tablecloths).
Do not include items made of synthetic fibers. Also, do not include garments with components that could damage fabrics (zippers, hooks, metal, parts).
Make sure the items are unfolded when loading the machine. Begin with a pre-soak in cold water and a little detergent. For bed linens, wash in cold water with mild, liquid biodegradable detergent.
For bath items, machine wash on medium setting. Please review the information on the product label.
Ideally, delicate items with lace and embroidery should be enclosed in a large, thin mesh bag. Pillowcases and duvet covers should be washed inside out to protect the lace.
Use maximum temperatures only on the hardest-to-clean articles.
Whites 120/140 F, Colors 85/105 F, Delicate Fabrics cold water/85 F cold final rise, pre-soaking.
When the wash cycle is completed, remove the laundry immediately and shake it to minimize wrinkles.
Hanging to dry will ensure more longevity and less wrinkling. If you choose to use the dryer machine never dry at high temperatures.
We suggest using the machine dryer for 20 minutes, as the heat destroys the natural fibers of the cotton and will considerably shorten the lifespan of your linens. If your dryer is adjustable, use the medium fan and spin speed. For bed linens it is important to remove from dryer before completely dry, and shake before hanging. We suggest hanging the sheets on a folding rack or flat space, even your bed. Iron, if necessary, while damp.
For line drying open each item and shake before hanging. Do not place colored articles in direct sunlight, the sun makes whites seem shinier, but extended exposure may cause yellowing. Do not dry longer than necessary.
Use a steam iron on a warm/hot setting for cotton; use a hot setting for linen and a water sprayer if needed. For embroidered linens, iron them on the reverse side and while damp for best results. Avoid using spray starch and choose the proper temperature, as indicated by the symbols on the care label: medium/high for cotton and linen, low for silk and wool. To protect the softness and absorbency of towels, do not iron.
Do not dry clean our bed linens.
Store linens folded flat in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Linens stored long-term should avoid being stored in plastic bags and boxes as natural fibers need to breathe. Make sure stored linens are not exposed to direct sunlight which can cause permanent yellowing. For a crisp clean scent store with your preferred scent.
To keep your whites white, soak them overnight in hot water with mild detergent only. Also, natural household staples like vinegar and baking soda are not only better on the environment, but they’re more effective than bleach.
Please be aware that skin creams and beauty products may stain or discolor your linens.