1. washing

  • Keep it simple: Cashmere and wool love water! Our Privati Firenze cashmere clothes are machine washable and easy to take care of.
  • Stick to a routine: Use a high-quality machine, like Miele, on a wool program (30°C/86°F at 600rpm) for regular washes.
  • Keep it soft: Maintain the soft cashmere feel by using wool detergent and skipping the softener.
  • Sort it out: Wash a maximum of three similar-colored garments per cycle, using separate bags or pillowcases for convenience.

2. drying

  • After washing, lay the garment flat on a towel to prevent it from stretching.
  • Don't hang it to dry.

3. pilling and ironing

  • Natural fibers like cashmere can pill, and some people may experience more pilling, especially with certain colors. After washing, use a cashmere comb to remove excess pilling.
  • Proper care will reduce pilling over time. Follow these instructions: iron at a low temperature, placing a thin cloth between the iron and the cashmere to ease the fibers back into place.

4. storing and resting

  • After wearing cashmere for a day, it's best to let it rest for two days to help the fibers recover.
  • Always store the garment folded in a drawer or on a shelf. Hanging it on a hanger can cause it to lose its shape.