Cashmere Care

Why is it important to wash cashmere sweaters properly?

Properly washing your cashmere sweaters is essential to maintain their softness, shape, and longevity. Cashmere is a delicate and luxurious fabric that requires special care to ensure it stays in pristine condition.

What are the steps to wash cashmere sweaters?

1. Fill a basin or sink with lukewarm water and add a gentle wool or cashmere detergent.

2. Submerge the cashmere sweater in the water and gently agitate it for a few minutes.

3. Rinse the sweater thoroughly with clean water until all the detergent is removed.

4. Gently squeeze out the excess water from the sweater, but avoid wringing or twisting it.

5. Lay the sweater flat on a clean towel and roll it up to remove any remaining moisture.

6. Unroll the towel and reshape the sweater to its original size and dimensions.

7. Lay the sweater flat on a drying rack or clean, dry towel away from direct sunlight or heat sources.

8. Allow the sweater to air dry completely before storing or wearing it.

How should you store your cashmere sweater?

1. Clean the cashmere sweater before storing it to prevent any stains or odors from setting in.

2. Fold the sweater neatly and place it in a breathable storage bag or airtight container.

3. Add a sachet of lavender or cedar to repel moths and keep the sweater smelling fresh.

4. Store the sweater in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture.


What to do if there is a pull on the cashmere sweater?

If you notice a pull on your cashmere sweater, do not attempt to cut or pull the yarn. Instead, gently stretch the fabric around the pull to realign the fibers. If the pull is severe, it is best to take the sweater to a professional for repair.


By following these proper washing and storage techniques, you can ensure that your cashmere sweaters stay soft, cozy, and beautiful for years to come. Remember to always handle your cashmere garments with care and avoid exposing them to harsh chemicals or excessive heat.