Deprecated: Function ereg_replace() is deprecated in /home/textis/public_html/WEB-INF/public/templates/textis/layout.phtml on line 25

Deprecated: Function ereg_replace() is deprecated in /home/textis/public_html/WEB-INF/public/templates/textis/layout.phtml on line 26
Textis - Bath Linen : MAINTENANCE OF LINEN
   English Franšais Espa˝ol Site map
 
 
Catalogue Textis Textis on FacebookTextis linge de bain

Important: Before first use, we recommend that you leave your items overnight in cold water and then wash in machine at 40°. This precaution serves to remove the residual primers and pigments to minimize the shrinkage of your linen and increase its resistance to soiling.

PRELIMINARY ADVICE:

- Remember to wash your clothes before first use, the terrycloth will become softer and more absorbent. The maximum absorption is reached after a few washings.

- Before the first wash, soak your clothes overnight in cold water. This precaution will stabilize colors and sizes.

- Always follow the care instructions on the product label.

- Separate the white linen to prevent fibers from tainting other clothes, and be sure to use a special color detergent. Detergents containing bleach may change the colors of your linen.

- We do not recommend the use of a softener which, due to sheathing of the cotton fibers, reduces their absorbency.

- The dryer is recommended for terry cloth towels. Indeed, it restores loft and flexibility.

- Taken out of the washing machine, it is recommended to pull the battens of towels to restore their shape. Repeat after drying and iron the wet linen with a warm iron, making this operation easier.

- If you use the dryer, make sure to take out your laundry before it is completely dry.

- Line drying is ideal for linen only slightly wrinkled.

- Whenever possible, do not wash together natural and synthetic fibers. Artificial fibers release lint that will cling to natural fibers and cause them to lose softness and flexibility.

- Do not mix your linens (especially terrycloth) with clothes with hooks, zippers or Velcro-touch fastening, they may cling to the fibers and cause damage.

- If your linen is embroidered, iron on the reverse side to avoid damaging the embroidery

- Make sure your linen is completely dry before storage.

- In case of drawn loops, you can simply cut them up to the other loops.

SHRINKAGE:

During the first few washes natural textiles are subject to shrinkage. If you wash and dry your clothes at high temperatures, the shrinkage will be greater. Please observe the temperatures of washing and drying to reduce this possibility.

Directed by - xclic 2010