Caring for your linen products is quick, simple, and no-fuss. Whether you have linen sheets to wash every week or you have linen curtains you clean a few times a year, we have you covered with easy-to-follow instructions. All your linen home goods can be taken care of in your home; no need to worry with dry cleaning or shipping anything off!
Dos and Don’ts of Linen Care
- Spot clean or pre-treat stains before washing
- Wash with similar materials and like colors to prevent color bleeding
- Wash on a cold or lukewarm cycle; keep your machine temperature set to a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius or 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Use a mild liquid detergent and a gentle cycle setting
- Dry on low heat only with a gentle cycle setting
- Pour detergent directly onto linen. Instead, pour detergent into the machine before adding your linen home goods.
- Use bleach or fabric softeners
- Dry clean
- Overload your washing machine
FAQs of Linen Care
Can I Iron My Linen Home Goods?
Though we love the character that its natural, gentle wrinkle gives linen, it’s okay to iron on a very low heat setting. Do not over-iron your linens or use too hot a setting, as it may damage the product.
How Can I Make My Linen Softer?
Good news – your linen home goods will become softer the more you use and wash them! Your linen products won’t break down over time like other textiles, but they will get extra soft and cozy with use.
How Should I Store My Linens?
Keep your linen products in a cool, dry environment. Too much moisture or heat could damage the products. Plus, keeping your linens cool is a great way to ensure you have that fresh-sheet feeling every time.
What Detergent Should I Use for My Linens?
We recommend any gentle detergent, preferably without harsh softeners and fragrances. Anything that says clear, mild, or free of harsh chemicals is safe for your linen. Always avoid fabric softeners and bleach!
How Long Will My Linen Last?
Following all the directions above helps to ensure the longevity of your products.