wash less, wear more
keep in mind that it's best to wash your clothes as little as possible. washing your clothes too often can have a negative impact on the environment and your wallet. you don't need to wash your clothes after each use, try airing and shaking them out properly.
choose eco-fiendly products
to protect your garments and the environment, opt for eco-friendly laundry products and avoid bleach and softeners.
pay attention to the individual care instructions of your garments, but aim to wash your clothes at low temperature (max. 30°C) or cold. make sure to fill your washing machine, but don't overfill it. Also sort your clothes according to their care requirements. Separate light from darker colours, while being mindful of different fabrics.
dry clothes naturally
one of the most significant choices for both your clothes and the environment is to skip the dryer and let them air-dry. remove your damp clothes as soon as possible from the washing machine to avoid wrinkles, mould and mildew. shake them out, gently pull them into shape and hang them on a drying rack or on a hanger.
how to care for linen
You may wash your linen clothes in the washing machine at low temperature or cold. Make sure to not overfill your machine, because linen needs lots of water.
Avoid tumble-drying, as it can speed up the ageing of your linen garments and may cause shrinkage. Instead, hang-dry your garments immediately after removing them from the washing machine and gently shake and re-shape them.
Gently shaking out your organic linen clothes while they are still damp is often enough to remove wrinkles naturally. You may also iron them at medium heat.
how to care for swimwear
You may wash your swimwear in the washing machine at low temperature or cold. it's a good idea to wash the swimsuit with similar types of fabrics.
remove the swimwear as soon as possible from the washing machine, lay it out flat instead of hanging and let it air-dry. avoid tumble-drying at all costs and don't let a swimsuit dry directly in the sun. This may cause fading.
Gently shaking out your swimwear while they are still damp is often enough to remove wrinkles naturally. You may also iron them at low heat or steam them to remove wrinkles.