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Product Care Guide

We want the Ellies and Ivy styles you own to last a lifetime, but for that to happen
it is important that the products are cared for and washed appropriately. 

 

 HOW TO WASH AND CARE FOR ORGANIC GOTS-CERTIFIED COTTON

WASH
For environmental reasons and to maintain the print on the product, it is
best to hand wash the garment. Use lukewarm water and appropriate detergent to
hand wash. The quilting and zippers can be compromised if the product is
machine washed, so we don’t recommend it.

DRY
Hang the cotton out to dry either on a hanger or a drying rack. Don’t use a tumble
dryer as the heat from the dryer can cause the garment to shrink or compromise
the quality. Air dry is also the best method to save energy. 

STEAM
Do not use an iron to reduce wrinkles after wash. Use a steamer to gently remove
any wrinkles. A more sustainable way to rid your garment of wrinkles is to leave it
in your bathroom while taking a hot shower. The steam will reduce creases.
 
BENEFITS TO ORGANIC GOTS-CERTIFIED COTTON
Organic cotton is grown without the usage of harmful chemicals, synthetic
fertilizing and other chemical additives. It is a natural fibre that stems from the ball
of a cotton plant. Organic cotton is grown with respect for the environment and
the people involved in the process of growing cotton.
At any given temperature cotton is always breathable and will help regulate your
temperature.





HOW TO WASH AND CARE FOR COTTON

WASH
For environmental reasons and to maintain the quality of a cotton product, it is
best to hand wash the garment. Use lukewarm water and appropriate detergent to
hand wash. 
To prevent the garment from shrinking and looking its best after machine washing,
wash at only 30°. 

DRY
Hang the cotton out to dry either on a hanger or a drying rack. Don’t use a tumble
dryer as the heat from the dryer can cause the garment to shrink or compromise 
the quality. Air dry is also the best method to save energy. 

IRON
Iron your cotton garment on a low temperature to not damage the fabric. A more
sustainable way to rid your garment of wrinkles is to leave it in your bathroom 
while taking a hot shower. The steam will reduce creases. 

BENEFITS OF COTTON
Cotton is a natural fibre that stems from the ball of a cotton plant. At any given
temperature cotton is always breathable and will help regulate your temperature.