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How to take care of linen?

Linen is an exceptional, natural fabric, produced from flax in a sustainable, ecological process. It has many advantages – it is anti-bacterial, anti-allergic, breathable and wonderfully helps to regulate body temperature. It cools you down in the summertime and keeps you softly warm in the winter. Linen is highly hygroscopic, which means it absorbs humidity, sweat and quickly lets it evaporate, so it keeps dry and comfortable in use. Linen is also environmentally-friendly and fully biodegradable. It is very durable and when taken care of in the right way (which is not difficult by the way), linen will serve you years to come.

Find out how to take care of our linen products and enjoy them for many years


Individual linen products should be washed with similar colors. It is recommended to wash linen separately and not to combine it with other fabrics. Wash at a temperature of up to 40 ° C. Higher temperatures may cause shrinkage. At the same time, the linen from which we sew our linen products is stonewashed linen, which has undergone a multiple washing process including shrinking and softening. The shrinkage of stonewashed linen is only about 3-5%. Use a washing cycle recommended for linen and spin at low speed to avoid severe damage to the fibers and strong creases. Fasten buttons in linen products before washing and wash inside out.


Use detergents for sensitive fabrics. Under no circumstances use bleach and other chlorine-containing agents. Such agents weaken the fibers and destroy them, which ultimately will negatively affect their durability. Also, do not clean linen products chemically. For stains, try traditional home remedies such as baking soda, salt, cornstarch, gray soap, or hydrogen peroxide. You can also soak the stain in water with a mild detergent and wash it by hand or in the washing machine after an hour. Do not use softener for rinsing, it is not recommended for natural fabrics, make a simple household cleaning agent using vinegar, baking soda and a few drops of your favorite essential oil.


After washing, flick the product well and hang to dry. It is best to dry linen in the open air, where we have free air circulation. Do not expose the laundry to direct sunlight, it may discolor the folds of the fabric on the dryer. Only white linen can be exposed directly to the sun, what's more, the sun's rays can whiten white linen and even remove stubborn stains. We do not recommend using a tumble dryer so as not to weaken the linen fibers. Whenever necessary, use a short program for sensitive fabrics and set the lowest temperature.


Linen is a synonym for nature and it does not need ironing, especially the stonewashed kind which tends to wave rather than crease and this is its natural beauty! Linen clothes like to be dried horizontally. If placed carefully to dry, there’s no need for ironing. However, if you decide to iron, iron when still wet or use steam and high temperature up to 200°C.

An interesting fact is that linen, with proper care, becomes even softer and more durable from washing to washing. Linen is a fabric that will last for decades. Therefore, despite the fact that it is not the cheapest fabric, it is worth to choose consciously the fabrics from which the products in which we sleep are made, wear them on the body, having a positive effect on our life and well-being. Linen is valued it for its natural, wonderful properties, the beauty of the fabric, its exceptional durability and no negative impact on the environment.

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