#1 Right Temperature
To keep your bamboo clothes fresh and vibrant, it's best to wash them in cold or lukewarm water, around 30-40 degrees Celsius. This temperature helps preserve the fibers of the clothes and prevents unnecessary shrinking or stretching.
Underwear and socks can be washed at 60 degrees Celsius to ensure optimal hygiene.
#2 Avoid Dryers and Drying Cabinets
One of the most important things to remember when washing bamboo clothes is to avoid dryers and drying cabinets. The heat from these can be harmful to bamboo fibers, causing shrinkage and loss of elasticity. Instead, air drying is recommended for the best results.
Our underwear and socks can tolerate tumble drying, but it reduces their lifespan.
#3 Choose Gentle Detergents
To protect bamboo fibers and preserve the softness of the clothes, it's best to use gentle detergents without strong chemicals or bleach. Choose a mild detergent or one specially designed for delicate fabrics. These detergents are gentle on bamboo fibers while effectively removing dirt and impurities.
#4 Stretch Your Lounge Set After Washing
After washing your lounge set, we recommend gently stretching the garments. Bamboo fibers can become slightly compressed during the washing process, and by stretching the clothes, they regain their original shape and fit. This will help preserve the clothes' silky feel and avoid potential shrinkage.
#5 Iron on Low Heat
If you need to iron your bamboo clothes to remove wrinkles, make sure to use a low heat setting on your iron. Bamboo fibers are sensitive to high temperatures, so it's important to be cautious. You can place a thin cotton cloth between the iron and the clothes to protect them from direct heat.
By following these care instructions, your bamboo clothes will stay fresh, soft, and durable for longer. Our hope is that you now feel ready to take care of your bamboo clothes in the best way possible.
By giving them proper care, they will continue to be your wardrobe favorites for a long time to come.