• Washing: Machine wash in warm water on a delicate cycle with like colors. Use a mild detergent and avoid bleach.
  • Drying: Dry at low temperature or in the open air. Polyester dries quickly and resists wrinkles well, so air drying is often best.
  • Ironing: Iron at low temperature if necessary. Use a cloth between the garment and the iron to avoid burning the fabric.


  • Washing: Wash in cold water to prevent shrinkage and fading. Cotton can usually handle higher temperatures for tough stains, but check the label.
  • Drying: Air dry or tumble dry on low heat. Remove clothes from the dryer while they are slightly damp to avoid wrinkles.
  • Ironing: Cotton can withstand high ironing temperatures. Use steam to remove wrinkles easily.


  • Washing: Wash in cold water on a delicate cycle to prevent pilling. Use a mild detergent.
  • Drying: Air drying is best. If using a dryer, choose a low heat setting and avoid overloading.
  • Ironing: Iron at low temperature with a cloth between the iron and the garment to avoid melting or burning the fabric.


  • Washing: Hand wash in cold water with a mild silk detergent. Avoid twisting or rubbing the fabric. You can also opt for dry cleaning.
  • Drying: Dry flat in the shade. Avoid exposing silk to direct sunlight to prevent fading.
  • Ironing: Iron inside out on a gentle setting while the garment is still slightly damp. Use a cloth to protect the fabric.


  • Washing: Wash in cold water, turning garments inside out to preserve texture. Use a delicate cycle and mild detergent.
  • Drying: Shake clothes before air drying to maintain texture. Avoid tumble drying to prevent rib shrinkage and flattening.
  • Ironing: Iron inside out with a cloth to protect the ribs. Use a medium setting and don't press too hard so as not to flatten the texture.


To ensure the longevity of your printed clothing, we advise you to:

  • Washing: Wash inside out in cold water to protect the colors and design. Use a delicate cycle and mild detergent.
  • Drying: Air dry as much as possible. If you use a dryer, choose a low temperature.
  • Ironing: Iron inside out at low temperature to avoid burning the prints. Do not apply iron directly to decorations.
  • Storage: Avoid hanging printed clothing that could stretch. Fold them and store them flat to maintain the shape and integrity of the prints.