Products made of natural silk, painted in the batik technique, require careful hand washing.
Specifically, because the structure of silk is quite easy to break by rough treatment of it.


· Wash in warm water up to 30 degrees. Silk does not tolerate high temperatures.

· Wash simply with water or use special detergents for silk products. Ordinary alkaline powder can spoil such a delicate product.

· Hand-wash or machine-wash only in silk mode.

· When handwashing, do not overly crumple or rub the silk product – you can spoil the fabric structure.

· Do not bleach – the fabric may turn yellow and quickly wear out.

· It is not advisable to use fabric softeners.

· Do not twist the wet cloth.

· Dry the silk product away from heating devices. In no case should it be dried on the battery! And don’t let it dry in the sun. Over-dried silk is difficult to smooth. Also, do not keep the silk wet for a long time.

· It is enough to remove excess moisture with a towel, straighten, and iron an hour later.

· It is better to iron silk when slightly wet.

· Iron the silk from the inside out by setting the ‘Silk’ mode.

· Avoid contact with deodorants, perfumes, hair spray and other substances containing alcohol. It is also best to avoid getting sweaty.

· Silk products can be dry-cleaned.

Pleasant tenderness of silk to you!