Silk Velvet Products
Silk Velvet is the priciest and most delicate type of velvet for its soft silk-like texture and feel.
When storing velvet, be careful not to fold it. Hang your item on padded hangers. If there is no choice other than folding them, use tissue paper to prevent creases.
Use a handheld steamer to raise the pile as needed. If you don’t have a handheld steamer, hold an iron a few inches from your garment on the steam setting or hang them in the bathroom when you take a steamy shower.
Silk Velvet should be dry-cleaned in most cases. Cotton based velvet can be hand washed in cold water.
Do not hang dry on line
Never use a dryer
Seagrass - Water Hyacinth - Rattan Products
Seagrass, Water Hyacinth and Rattan are all natural plants that need to be stored and cared for in a special way to prevent mold and discoloration.
Keep your bags inside in a ventilated closet, away from bright sunlight and humidity when they’re not in use. High or low humidity can cause these fibers to distort or warp.Prevent dust by keeping your straw bag in a cotton storage bag. Don’t use a plastic bag, because this woven, natural material needs to breathe!While in storage, make sure to keep these bags shaped when not in use by stuffing them and storing them upright.
It is important for you to remember to keep the products dry. Though dried seagrass/ water hyacinth/rattan is a natural material and will absorb any moisture so it is important that the area the products is kept in be well ventilated. If it is moist for too long it is likely that the product will start developing mold and cause a lot of health risks. Apart from that the bag can lose its natural appeal.
The best way to clean this product is to run a vacuum over it regularly. This will keep away any dust that collects in the woven parts. Every once in a while, use a mild soap and water solution to give it a fresh glow. Ensure that your bag dries thoroughly thereafter.You may also use a nylon brush to remove any stains on the products.
Being a natural material, bamboo grain is subject to minor variances from piece to piece, and any variation that may exist in either color or grain is normal.
Avoid allowing the bamboo to come into contact with water, moisture, oils, perfumes, or cosmetics as this can significantly damage your bamboo product. We also highly recommend placing the product away from direct sunlight.
To maintain the luster of the bamboo, rub it every month or two with linseed (for dinnerware) or furniture oil intended specifically for bamboo. Very low humidity can cause bamboo to crack, so for indoor products applying that small amount of oil on a regular basis can be very beneficial.If the bamboo has cracked due to weather exposure or age, fix the damage by gently sanding the area with very fine grit sandpaper. Then smooth paste wax over the area to recondition the color and tone of the wood.
As a general rule, dust, brush, or vacuum accumulated surface dirt before you use soap and water. After the visible dirt has been removed, wash the products using a cloth or sponge and mild soap.Avoid touching on the product directly after it has been cleaned or when it is damp. Wet bamboo becomes soft and pliable, and can sag and warp more easily.In the event that mold develops on your product, clean the area thoroughly with soapy water. Use the rough back of a sponge or an old toothbrush to remove all signs of mold growth. Dry the area completely to avoid recurrent fungus growth in the future.
Wood is an organic material, and thus furnishings, souvenirs, jewelry, toys and other products made of wood will always be unique thanks to its natural texture directions and knots. Wood changes constantly throughout the product’s life span and it will affect the volume, color, and the wood structure.
Wood may expand and shrink with differences in temperature and humidity. Keep all wooden products at least one meter away from a direct source of heat (heaters, radiators, fireplaces etc.) and water.Direct exposure of wooden products to sunlight may lead to loss of the original color and to get deformations.
During day-to-day use, the oil layer gets wiped off or absorbed by the wood. In order to maintain the original color, oil should be reapplied every two to three months. Simply use a cloth and rub oil by following the natural grain.
Remove spilled liquids from wooden surfaces as soon as possible.Cleaning is carried out with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth from cotton or another material. We do not recommend microfiber cloths. Alternatively, the cleaning is carried out with a clean, damp cloth with water, then drying it with a clean lint-free cloth.
Our organic cotton products are breathable, soft and comfortable. They are also durable and easy to care for.
When not in used, pack your cotton throw away in sealed bag out of direct sunlight and damp place.
Avoid using iron as the weight of the iron itself, even on cool, can affect the plush pile of your blanket, and also, a heated iron can melt the naturally soft fibers of a blanket.
A front loading machine is ideal to give plenty of room for circulation. Wash on a short, gentle cycle on low heat, with as much water as possible to allow for movement. Use a liquid detergent without bleach or brighteners and avoid fabric softener and detergents with softener additives.Tumble dry on delicate setting, medium to high heat to help keep a soft drape. It's best not to line dry.It's better to remove the blanket slightly damp from the dryer; that way, you'll avoid baking and breaking the fibers.
Mulberry Silk Products
Our soft, comfortable and versatile mulberry silk pillowcase will take you to sleep heaven every night. Silk is the strongest of natural fibres and needs to be specifically cared for in order to maintain its strength and durability.
Avoid high temperatures and direct sunlight.
For best results, iron from damp, on reverse, using low/silk setting. It gives the nicest finish and is the easiest way to dry.
Silk is machine washable on delicate cycle using a mesh bag but it is recommended to hand wash in lukewarm water with mild shampoo.
Avoid using fabric conditioner/softener. It is not necessary for silk and will leave behind a coating on your items.
Do not wring but just hang or lay flat to dry, out of direct sunlight and avoid using the dryer.