Wool and Alpaca Scarf Care Instructions

WooliWooli Wool and Alpaca Scarf Care Instructions

To ensure your wool and alpaca scarf remains in optimal condition, please follow these cleaning and care guidelines:

1. Washing Instructions:

Hand Wash: It is recommended to hand wash in cold water to maintain the scarf's softness and color. Soak the scarf in cold water, use a mild wool or alpaca detergent to gently rub, then thoroughly rinse clean.
Avoid Bleach: Bleach can damage wool and alpaca fibers, causing the scarf to discolor and become brittle.

2. Drying Instructions:

Lay Flat to Dry: Lay the scarf flat on a clean towel, gently squeeze out excess water, then lay flat to dry. Avoid hanging to dry, as this can cause the scarf to lose its shape.
Avoid Direct Sunlight: Do not dry the scarf in direct sunlight, as UV rays can fade colors and potentially damage the fibers.

3. Ironing Instructions:

Low Temperature Ironing: If ironing is necessary, use a low-temperature setting and place a damp cloth over the scarf to prevent direct contact with high heat.

4. Storage Instructions:

Avoid Folding: Long-term folding can cause creases. It is recommended to roll or lay the scarf flat for storage.
Moth and Moisture Protection: Store the scarf with moth repellents and moisture absorbers to prevent moth damage and moisture buildup.

5. Additional Tips:

Regular Checks: Regularly inspect the scarf's condition, and clean and care for it promptly to extend its lifespan.
Avoid Friction: Try to avoid contact with rough surfaces or metal accessories to prevent pilling and damage.
By following these cleaning and care guidelines, your wool and alpaca scarf will remain soft, warm, and beautiful.

If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, please feel free to contact WooliWooli's customer service team.