At Kokoon, we encourage you to invest in fewer pieces of the highest quality to ensure longevity. We believe that your clothes are a long-term investment – for both you and the environment.
Think of your silk/wool knits as an investment. Once that beauty is in your closet, it will last for years - as long as you know how to wash it and keep it in pristine condition.
There’s absolutely no need to wash your knits after every wear – just a few times per season is ideal. Instead, air out your knits. It not only extends the life cycle of your knits - it’s also better for the environment.
We recommend that you hand wash your knits in lukewarm water – maximum 30°C.
Turn the garment inside out and leave to soak in water with a special detergent for a few minutes. Shop the detergent at the Kokoon store.
Rinse gently with cold water until all detergent residues are removed.
Remove excess water by gently pressing the knit – never wring! Press against the side of the washbasin or tub to remove as much water as you can.
Lay out flat on a towel and roll up as a bread to remove excess moisture.
Grab a dry towel, gently coax the knit into shape, and lay flat to dry.
We don't recommend hanging your knits, as sweaters and accessories tend to grow and lose shape when left to hang.
If you choose to iron, please use a steam iron and adjust the temperature accordingly. Set up the steam function on your iron and leave a 0,5 – 1 cm gap between the knit when ironing.
Pilling occurs naturally and can easily be removed with a pilling comb or a fabric shaver – the process makes the style less likely to pile again.
All knits are sold with a pilling comb. In need of a pilling comb? Stop by the store or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you put your knits away for the summer, place them in an airtight container with cedar chips. The wood will help ward off moths and prevent mustiness.
More questions? Feel free to contact us and we'll be of assistance.
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