Washing your PJs

You may machine-wash your cotton garments at a normal wash cycle setting and at a low temperature (max. 40°C), or cold. Always make sure to use a gentle eco-friendly laundry detergent and avoid conventional softeners as well as bleach, as they can damage the fabric. To further protect your cotton garments, always wash them with similar colors and inside out.

Drying Cotton

Avoid tumble-drying, as this can speed up the aging of your cotton garments, may cause shrinkage, and also uses a considerable amount of energy. Instead, hang-dry your organic cotton garments immediately after removing them from the washing machine, and gently shake and re-shape them while doing so.

In case of an emergency, you may tumble-dry your cotton garments using the air cycle (no heat). But please remember that hang drying your laundry is the most environmentally friendly and safest option.

Ironing Cotton

Gently shaking out your cotton clothes while they are still damp is often enough to remove wrinkles naturally. You may also iron them at low to medium heat. Since our cotton is not treated with harsh chemicals, it is often less resistant to heat than conventional cotton. Therefore, it’s a good idea to always start with the lowest heat setting and gradually adjust it as needed.