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ABOUT THE BRAND
HOW FRESHUP FABRIC WORKS
Shrinks if washed at a high temperature and loses its shape if hung to dry
Effective for warmth
Tends to yellow and become matted with time
Dry clean for best results. If washed at home, use cold water and a little light detergent
Do not wring and dry flat
Do not machine dry. Iron on wrong side.
Shrinks if washed at a high temperature, Irons well. Wash colours separately the first time
Cool, flexible and highly resistant
Always hand wash. Do not spin or wash at high temperatures. Irons well
Cool and pleasant on the skin. Dirt resistant
Creases extremely easily
Does not tolerate high temperatures. Do not spin. Dry iron at a low temperature setting
Strong, light and pleasant on the skin. Excellent colour absorbency
Stubborn stains must be removed professionally from this delicate fabric.
Acetate, Rayon or Viscose
Do not spin in order to prevent garment from becoming misshapen
Smooth on the skin and excellent colour absorbency
Low resistance when damp, highly inflammable and considerable static electricity build up.
Polyester, Nylon and Lycra
Extremely sensitive to heat. Wash in lukewarm water and dry iron at a low temperature setting
Highly resistant and do not crease easily. Excellent colour absorbency
Highly inflammable and considerable static electricity build up
CARING FOR THE COLOUR OF YOUR CLOTHES
When washing by hand, make sure the detergent is properly dissolved inserting the garment.Keep colours separate for the first few washes, as the dye may get into the water
Remember to empty pockets before machine washing
Use bleach with cold water only and for a maximum of one hour. Do not use iron, copper or brass bowls
When drying, do not expose garments to direct sunlight.
TIPS FOR A PERFECT WASH
There is no need to wash clothes at the maximum temperature settling indicated
Do not rub garments, simply rinse gently
Do not use fabric conditioners with 100% cotton items such as towels, as this reduces their absorbency.
WHEN DRYING CLOTHES
Wrap knitted items in a towel and allow them to dry flat. Do not hang or expose to direct sunlight or heat
Do not dry synthetic fabrics in direct sunlight.
TIPS TO PREVENT UNPLEASANT SURPRISES WHEN IRONING
Sort the garments according to the temperature settings indicated on the labels and start with the lowest settings
Ironing is easier when the garments are still slightly damp
Before the iron cools, use a damp cloth to remove any fibres that may have stuck to the plate.