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Care Guide: Alpaca Wool
It is important to remember to always check the instructions on the care label of each item before you wash it. Wool products do not need to be washed that often, as they have anti-bacterial and self-cleansing properties. Instead, they can be spot cleaned where needed and simply aired out outside for a few hours. When you do wash your wool items make sure you wash them by hand in cold or warm water and use mild detergent, baby shampoo or conditioner. To avoid damaging the wool fibres, do not machine dry the item and be careful not wring, rub, or twist it. Instead, let your item dry flat between two towels in its original shape. Ironing after washing helps with restoring the material’s natural sheen – use a steam iron on the wool setting and a pressing cloth.
Care Guide: Silk
Although it is one of the strongest natural fibres, silk is also one of the most delicate fabrics and should be treated as such. Always make sure to check the instructions on the care label first – sometimes dry cleaning is the only recommended option. If the item is washable, make sure you wash it by hand in cold or warm water. Do not tumble dry and do not wring, rub, or twist it. Instead, let it dry flat between two towels in its original shape and then iron at mild temperature to restore the fabrics natural sheen.