April 20, 2018

Its no secret how much we LOVE our EcoFabric™ and clearly you do too!

EcoHow could we not?! Our special blend of Bamboo Viscose, Organic Cotton and Spandex creates an ultra soft and beautiful fabric. Its moisture wicking properties make it perfectly suitable for our sleepwear and yoga collection.

We often get questions on the best methods to wash our EcoFabric™ without damaging it. So we've come up with these 6 simple steps to increase the lifetime of your EcoFabric™.


1

If you didn't already know, our EcoFabric is machine washable! So go and get your wash on girl! Just make sure to select the correct settings as stated in the next steps.



2

Separate light and dark fabrics.



3

Make sure to use a non-bleach powdered or liquid detergent.



4

Wash on a gentle cycle using cold water.



5

Machine dry on a low or delicate setting. You always have the option to line-dry too.



6

DO NOT use fabric softener sheets.



Special Note: If you absolutely MUST iron, place setting no higher than "synthetic". Bamboo garments cannot handle a high degree of heat. DO NOT use the steam setting - it will make noticeable rings on the clothing.

Now that you're in-the-know, you can get the most out of your favorite EcoFabric™ pieces for years to come!

 

Looking for more EcoFabric™ pieces to add to your wardrobe?

Check out our collection to get all the latest additions!

SHOP ECOFABRIC™ COLLECTION

 



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