Regarding wool, we want to share with you:
Pilling on wool garments is a normal occurrence. Pilling is an inevitable result of the characteristics of wool fibers. The fine, long, and strong fibers in wool are prone to pilling due to constant friction during wear.
To reduce pilling, you can:
Wear it close to your body to reduce friction with underlayers.
Avoid friction with stiff outerwear.
Avoid friction with items like shoulder bags and seatbelts.
Don't wear the same wool garment continuously; let it rest for at least 24 hours. This allows the wool fibers to regain their elasticity, preventing deformation.
We recommend professional dry cleaning，
Or Hand wash with care.
Step 1: Use a specialized wool detergent; avoid alkaline detergents, soap, laundry powder, other stain removers, and disinfectants.
Step 2: Soak the garment in water below 40°C for 5-10 minutes, turning it inside out gently. Avoid washing with rough fabrics, and consider washing similar colors separately.
Step 3: Do not wring out; gently press out excess water. Lay it flat to dry in a cool, shaded place. Avoid direct sunlight, and use a cloth when ironing to prevent shine.
For long-term storage, ensure your garment is clean before storing it in a sealed bag or storage container. Using moth repellents labeled as pure wool is recommended, but do not place them directly on your clothing.