TECHNICAL INFORMATION











GARMENT CONSTRUCTION


CARING FOR YOUR SUIT


STAIN REMOVAL


Garment Care

Wool is naturally stain-resistant & many common stains can be easily removed, but it always pays to act quickly to prevent stains from setting into the fabric. Garments with stubborn stains (including paint, nail polish and dyes) should be taken to the dry cleaner as soon as possible. Otherwise we recommend you use these stain removal techniques.

EMPTY POCKETS

Before storing or washing, remove belt & empty pockets to avoid sagging & bulging. Store with closures zipped or buttoned.

BRUSHING

Brush your suit lengthwise after wearing to remove surface soil & dust

AIRING

To remove odours, hang your suit out in fresh air on a shaped or padded hangar.

RESTING

Rest your suit for 24 hours before wearing again. The natural resilience of wool allows it to shed wrinkles & return to its natural shape.

REFRESHING

Woolen garments can be refreshed by hanging them in a steamy bathroom. Moisture from the steam will remove wrinkles. Dry away from direct heat. If your suit gets wet, dry it at room temperature, away from direct heat or sunlight.

IRONING

Many woollen garments do not require ironing, but smooth fabrics may look better if pressed.

DRYCLEAN

Wool should be dry-cleaned sparingly. Otherwise it can go shiny. Use a reputable dry cleaner & identify any spots or stains for special treatment. For your closest recommended dry cleaner contact 1800 676 973.