Fabrics care

1. Linen:
- Washing: Machine wash linen garments in cold or lukewarm water using a gentle cycle. Use mild detergent.
- Drying: Hang linen items to dry naturally or lay them flat to prevent excessive wrinkling. Avoid using the dryer, as it can shrink or damage the fabric.
- Ironing: If necessary, iron linen while it's still slightly damp, using a medium to high setting. For a crisp finish, you may use starch.

2. Cotton:
- Washing: Cotton can usually be machine washed in warm water. Separate colours to prevent bleeding. Use a mild detergent.
- Drying: Tumble dry cotton garments on a low to medium heat setting. Remove them promptly to minimize wrinkles.
- Ironing: Iron cotton items while they are still slightly damp using a medium to high setting. You can use steam if needed.

3. Silk:
- Washing: Silk is delicate, so it's best to hand wash silk garments in cold water using a gentle detergent. Gently agitate the fabric and avoid wringing or twisting.
- Drying: Lay silk items flat on a clean towel and roll them up to remove excess water. Do not wring or hang silk, as it may lose its shape. Let it air dry in a cool, shaded area.
- Ironing: Iron silk on a low heat setting while it's still slightly damp or use a pressing cloth. Avoid exposing silk to direct sunlight for long periods.

It's important to note that care instructions can vary slightly depending on the specific garment or manufacturer's recommendations, so always refer to any care labels or instructions provided with the items.