Care symbols and useful tips at a glance
Please turn inside out!
Washing clothing inside out protects colours and surfaces.
No fabric conditioner
Do not use fabric conditioner for delicate micromodal underwear as this will cause the fibres to stick together. Fabric conditioner also reduces the radiance of wool and silk clothing, which means that it ist better to use a shampoo.
Have your whites developed a grey tinge over time? Use a detergent for curtains to turn them sparkling white again. White linen can turn yellow if exposed to too strong or excessive sunlight and should therefore be dried in the shade.
Beware of limescale!
If your favourite pyjamas suddenly feel hard, it may be that limescale has settled on the fibres. A descaling tablet or a dash of vinegar essence in the last rinse cycle removes the limescale from the washing and keeps your washing machine running smoothly. And don't worry, the smell will go away.
Do not select a higher temperature than the one shown on the care label. Washing at too high temperature damages the fibres and fit. Low washing temperatures protect the environment and save money.
What do all the pictures on the labels mean?
Do not wash
Washing normal process 30°C
Washing mild process 30°C
Washing very mild process 30°C
Washing normal process 40°C
Washing mild process 40°C
Washing normal process 60°C
Washing normal process 95°C
Tumble drying possible lower temperature
Do not tumble dry
Do not bleach
Iron at maximum temperature of 110°C
Iron at maximum temperature of 150°C
Do not iron
Do not dry clean
Professional dry cleaning normal process (Perchlorethylen)
Professional dry cleaning mild process (Perchlorethylen)