T R I B I E S S

Take care
of your clothes.

Taking care of your garments is the best way to extend their useful life. As each product needs specific washing and cleaning care, it is important to pay attention to the symbols on the labels and the COMPOSITION AND CARE option that you will find on each of the items in our online store.

Even so, with this GARMENT CARE GUIDE we want to help you extend the life of your garments and reduce the environmental impact of the care processes. With it you will be able to reduce the wear and tear of your clothes and the amount of water and energy you consume when washing, drying and caring for your garments.

WASH YOUR BABY'S CLOTHES
BEFORE USE.

Your baby's skin is extremely sensitive at birth, so wash the first clothes you are going to put on your baby to remove any substances that may be aggressive. We advise you to wash the clothes by hand the first time to avoid shrinkage.

AVOID
FABRIC SOFTENERS.

If you use the best fabrics to dress your baby, you should wash the garments with detergents and fabric softeners that are kind to the skin and to the baby. Avoid fabric softeners and detergents with chemical agents and use neutral and hypoallergenic detergents that care for your garments and help prevent possible dermatological reactions.

HANG THE CLOTHES
TO DRY.

The tumble dryer consumes a lot of energy. Hanging your clothes instead of using the dryer helps to take care of your garments as it reduces the wear and tear of fabrics, produces less wrinkles, does not shrink clothes, avoids pilling and does not consume energy.

AIR
YOUR CLOTHING.

Hang your clothes in the open air to air them out. Washing clothes is a process that gradually wears down fabrics while consuming water and energy. Sometimes you just need to air your clothes or brush them to make them look as good as new.

FULL WASHING MACHINES,
LOW TEMPERATURES.

Each wash consumes water and energy; by filling the washing machine, washes are reduced and clothes wear less. Avoid overloading to get a good result. In addition, washing at low temperatures is gentler on clothes, does not shrink them, helps maintain colors and consumes less energy.

PILLING.

Pilling is the formation of small balls in fibers such as wool or cotton. It's easy to get piling, but it's not a reason to discard a garment. You can reduce piling by turning the garment inside out before washing or remove it by using an electric lint remover.

GENTLE SPIN
PROGRAMMES.

Use a gentle spin programme when washing your laundry. Gentle spins reduce peeling, helping you to care for your garments and reducing their environmental impact by reducing the release of microfibres.

TURN YOUR CLOTHING
INSIDE OUT.

To reduce the wear and tear of garments in the washing process you can turn them inside out, this will help to maintain the colours and protect the fabrics whilst maintaining the original quality of the garment.

REPAIR
YOUR CLOTHES.

To extend the life of your clothes, you can choose to make small repairs at home, such as sewing on buttons, mending seams or fixing small holes. If you can't do it yourself, go to a professional.

TAKE CARE OF
YOUR WASHING MACHINE.

Washing machines get dirty! We wash a lot of dirty clothes in it, so it's only logical. A good trick to maintain the life of your washing machine is to do a 60º wash with the washing machine empty. And even better if you add a splash of white vinegar.

DO IT
WITH LOVE.

Our garments made from bamboo, SeaCell™ or Smartcell™ Sensitive fibres require similar laundering care to cotton. These fibres repel dust mites and dirt, so they are less likely to get dirty or resist stains if you hand wash them beforehand. Do not tumble dry or dry clean these garments.

LASTLY,
RECYCLE.

Once you no longer use your clothes, don't throw them away, you can donate them and give them a new life. If you don't know what to do with them, send them to us and we will treat them in our recycling programme.

ORGANIC COTTON

Garments made with cotton can be washed by conventional washing procedures, always following the symbols and indications on the label. They tend to shrink above 30° and may develop pilling with wear.

LYOCELL®

Lyocell® is a natural fibre of cellulosic origin. It offers an exceptional combination: soft, strong, cool, absorbent and low pilling. It does not crease easily or shrink but we recommend ironing at a low temperature.

BAMBOO

It has a high degree of moisture absorption which makes it flexible and with a great insulating power and protection against cold and heat. Garments made with bamboo do not crease easily, can be washed in cold water and can be ironed at low temperatures.

FADE

Most of our garments are made from undyed and unbleached fabrics. We use non-toxic processes in the dyeing of coloured garments and they should not fade with light colours, but even so, we recommend always separating them from light colours.

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