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General Care Tips
Always check the care label inside the shirt for specific washing instructions.
When in doubt, choose a gentler washing method to protect the fabric's integrity.
Avoid using fabric softeners on viscose shirts, as they may damage the fibers.
Iron or steam the shirts inside out and at the appropriate temperature for the fabric to prevent damage.
90% Cotton, 10% Polyester
This blend is relatively easy to care for and maintains the comfort of cotton with added durability from polyester.
Follow the same machine washing instructions as for 100% cotton shirts (mentioned above).
Use cold or lukewarm water and a gentle cycle to ensure gentle washing.
Turn the shirt inside out to protect the fabric and buttons during the washing process.
Avoid using bleach or harsh chemicals that could damage either the cotton or polyester fibers.
Once the washing cycle is done, remove the shirt promptly to prevent wrinkles.
Gently shake the shirt and reshape it if necessary before hanging it on a drying rack or line drying in a shaded area.
Cotton is a durable fabric but can shrink if not washed properly.
Machine washing is acceptable for most cotton shirts.
Turn the shirt inside out before washing to protect the outer surface and buttons.
Use cold or lukewarm water and a gentle cycle setting to reduce friction.
Wash the shirt with similar colors to prevent dye transfer.
Use a mild detergent to avoid harsh chemicals that can damage the fabric.
Once the washing cycle is complete, promptly remove the shirt from the machine to minimize wrinkles.
Shake the shirt gently and reshape it if necessary before hanging it on a drying rack or line drying in a shaded area.
Viscose is a delicate fabric, so it requires special care during washing to avoid damage.
Handwashing is the safest method: Fill a basin with cold water and add a mild detergent.
Gently agitate the water and immerse the shirt, then let it soak for about 10-15 minutes.
Rinse the shirt thoroughly with cold water until all soap residues are gone.
Avoid wringing or twisting the shirt; instead, gently squeeze out excess water.
Lay the shirt flat on a clean towel and roll it up to remove more water.
Afterward, reshape the shirt and lay it flat on a drying rack away from direct sunlight or heat sources.
Wash dark and light-coloured fabric separately
Do not use bleach or stain to remove chemicals
Dry in shade
Dry clean recommended
Iron at moderate temperature