How to wash and care for Knitwear
Knitwear doesn’t need to be washed after every wear, as the wool is naturally antibacterial and odour-resistant. Hang garments to air between wears instead.
To wash knitwear, machine wash at 30ºC with a low spin.
Using a wool detergent will help knit last longer. Avoid using fabric softener, which coats the fibres and make them less breathable.
Hang knit to air dry and reshape while damp. The heat from tumble driers can cause fibres to shrink.
Pilling will occur naturally with wear. This can be easily remedied with use of a pilling comb or a fabric shaver.