Merino Wool Products:
Wool is very elastic. It is dirt and water resistant and has a temperature and warmth regulating effect. It keeps better warm than all other materials and regulates cutaneous respiration and the oxygen exchange. It can absorb up to 35% of its own weight of moisture without feeling wet. Besides, wool is aliphatic by nature.
Due to the wool’s characteristic of being dirt-repellent frequent washing is not necessary as wool regenerates itself by airing-out in air containing a lot of oxygen.
Wool absorbs moisture and will keep your child dry, protecting the health and well-being of the little ones. With it’s unique isolating qualities it naturally regulates the body temperature.
The wool fibre has a characteristic structure by its fine, gradual scales lying on top of each other. The outer scales can jam together when treated in the wrong way so that they will interlock firmly, which means that wool felts. Virgin wool is the wool fibre which one gains by shearing living sheep. Only the first processing can be called pure new(virgin) wool. Merino virgin wool comes from the merino sheep, is finely crimped and feels soft and cosy.
Care instructions for Merino Wool
Clothing from wool and/or wool/silk should be washed by hand with a wool detergent. Please do not soak, rub, wring or toss your underwear in water. It is important that the washing and the rinsing water have the same temperature that wool does not suffer a cold shock which causes felting. After washing wrap the underwear in a towel, wring and pull it in form and let it dry flat.
Pay attention to care labels on each product. Here are explanation of the most common symbols which can be found on our products
Delicate machine wash
Special delicate machine wash
The numbers in the tub indicate the maximum washing temperature, which should not be exceeded. The line underneath the tub requires a (mechanically) softer treatment (delicate wash) and marks washing cycles suitable for wash-and-wear and mechanically delicate articles. A double line indicates washing cycles with a more minimized mechanic, e.g. for wool.
Medium hot iron
Do not hot iron! Be careful when steam ironing
Do not iron
The points in the iron indicate the levels of temperature of the respective iron.
Drying with normal thermal load
Drying with reduced thermal load
Do not tumble dry
The points stand for the drying level of the tumble dryer.
Chlorine and oxygen bleach admissible
Non-chlorine bleach only
Do not bleach
Do not Dry Clean
Do not wet clean
The letters are for chemical dry clean and indicate which active solvents can be used. The beam underneath the circle stands for a reduced mechanical treatment, addition of moisture and/or temperature when dry cleaning.
This symbol marks articles which can be wet cleaned. Normally it is in the second line under the symbol for chemical dry cleaning. The beam underneath the circle indicates a reduced mechanical treatment. (see washing).