TO MAINTAIN YOUR CASHMERE 

Some useful tips

If you want your cashmere pullover to keep warm and soft, you have to follow some simple instructions.

First of all, put your pullover to soak in lukewarm water and use just a little bit of detergent or shampoo. In case the pullover has stripes or bright colours, add a little bit of white vinegar.
Leave your pullover to soak for a short time, 10-15 minutes maximum and never rub it: cashmere must always be handled with care!
Patiently rinse your pullover with a lot of lukewarm water and more than once, until water runs clear.
Never wring. Eliminate water from your garment pressing it gently.
Wrap it in a towel to eliminate excess water.
Spread out your garment on a horizontal surface. Do not expose your garment to direct sunlight. Dry at room temperature and never put it on a radiator.
Iron with powerful steam jet. Never press with iron.
Wash your Cashmere garment often, since in this way fibres will find new vigour and your garment will always look as new.

A small, last suggestion: we recommend to always put back your cashmere items inside Due Toscani’s box and to keep them in a cool and dry spot.

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