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How to Care for Merino Wool

  • 1. Check the care label for style-specific instructions.
  • 2. Prolong the life of your knitwear by washing less often.
  • 3. When needed, hand wash in cold water using mild detergent specially formulated for knitwear. Steer clear of fabric softeners.
  • 4. Rinse well after washing, but avoid wringing. Gently roll the garment in a towel to remove any excess water.
  • 5. Reshape your garment while still damp, and dry on a flat surface.
  • 6. Store your knitwear folded to prevent stretching.
  • 7. If pilling occurs, use a sweater comb or sweater stone to gently remove pills.
Use Cold Water Washing with cold water is not only gentler on your clothes, but it can also save up to 90% of the energy normally used to heat the water.
Wash It Less Each load of laundry uses approximately 18 gallons of water — and a bunch of your effort. Save yourself the time and resources by washing less. Or try a gentle cycle — it can help reduce microfibre shedding by about 70%.
Choose Mild Detergent This will minimize any chemicals entering the waterways.
Merino Wool Care Guide
Super Soft Feel Merino wool fibres are much finer compared to regular wool, giving garments an exceptionally soft and luxurious feel.
A Natural Insulator Merino wool fibres have a natural crimp and loft that helps trap air and keep you warm.