Ensure the longevity and softness of your linens with these care steps: Begin by turning them inside out, securing buttons or ties. Organize into white, dark, and colored loads. Opt for a separate wash in lukewarm water with a mild detergent. Steer clear of high temperatures, bleach, excessive detergent, and fabric softeners to maintain their quality.
For optimal drying, you have several choices. Hanging them to air dry is a gentle option. Alternatively, you can tumble dry on a lower temperature with the addition of a tumble dryer sheet for softness, or choose to line dry, which helps minimize natural wrinkles while keeping your textiles incredibly soft.
Stains are easier to remove from linen than synthetic fabrics, but once they're set in, they can be tough to get rid of. It's important to treat stains promptly to keep your linens looking their best.
Sprinkle a little baking soda on the stain, then add a few drops of vinegar. Carefully blot the stain with a paper towel to soak up extra liquid, and repeat if needed.
One of the convenient features of 100% linen bedding is its minimal need for ironing. Thanks to its naturally relaxed appearance, you can easily place it on your bed and dive right in, unless it has developed significant wrinkles in the dryer. If you prefer a neater look and a more polished appearance, feel free to use a medium-hot iron.