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Care Guide

Caring for Natural Fabrics

Bamboo and mulberry silk are relatively new fabrics to us compared to cotton, so we're sure you've got a lot of questions about how to care for them. We've summarised our advice for each product below. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Bamboo Sheets

Wash before use: Bamboo fabric naturally shrinks on the first two washes. We take that into account in our sizes, so your new sheets come oversized. Pop them in the wash and enjoy your first sleep on freshly laundered sheets.

Turn the temperature down: Bamboo needs no more than a 30°C or 85°F wash. 

No need for softener: By their nature, the luxurious softness of your sheets is retained wash after wash.

Cut down on ironing: Move from the washer and dryer when the cycle is finished to avoid creasing.

Be mindful of snagging: Whilst this delicate fabric is surprisingly strong, we suggest avoid washing with items that have zips/embellishment and if tying to your duvet, ensure the ties are pulled tight.

Mulberry Silk Duvets

Do not put in the washer: Small spillages can be treated by wiping the area with a clean white damp cloth. Spot clean the affected area using cold water and a non-biological detergent.

Never wring or tumble dry: After spot cleaning, allow the duvet to dry naturally then gently shake to restore the loft of the silk floss.

Professional cleaning: Use a dry cleaner that specializes in silk. No item containing silk should be cleaned with forms of chemical cleaner.

Air outside twice a year: After prolonged use, airing will help to freshen and restore the duvet’s shape.

Tie in tight: If tying into your duvet cover, ensure the ties are secure to avoid pulling.

Baby Blankets

Turn the temperature down: Bamboo needs no more than a 30°C or 85°F wash. For best results hand wash in cool water. 

No need for softener: By their nature, the luxurious softness of your sheets is retained wash after wash.

Be mindful of snagging: Whilst this delicate fabric is surprisingly strong, we suggest avoid washing with items that have zips/embellishment and if tying to your duvet, ensure the ties are pulled tight.