Wash & Store Blankets and Scarves

How to wash your Pashmina or Cashmere: 
  • Hand washes in lukewarm water using your hair shampoo. Be sure to dissolve the shampoo thoroughly then put the blanket or scarves into water. Rinse with hair conditioner, this would make your Cashmere blanket or scarves softer. Wash colored garments separately.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Squeeze gently, do not twist or wring. Twisting the wet blanket or scarves would stretch the shape of your blankets or any pashmina products.
  • Dry flat after removing excess water, away from direct heat and sunlight.
  • Press with a damp cloth, using a cool iron, iron from the inside of the garment.
  • But we highly recommended all Pashmina or Cashmere products must Dry Cleaning Only.
How to store your Cashmere Products: 
  • Before storing your precious Cashmere blanket in the basement or attics, check carefully for leaks, dampness, and sunlight.
  • Fold clothes or pack them neatly in tissue paper or plastic bags and store them in a closet away from light, dust, and dampness.
  • Cleaning before storage is recommended, as fresh stains that may not yet be visible will oxidize and become fixed during storage; they may also be the food for moths. Moths have a discerning palate: they feast only on natural fabrics. Mothballs (naphthalene) and cedar chips are standard protection from moth infestation of woolens.
  • To store a Pure Cashmere blanket during summer, the most important thing is to keep moisture away, so please do not store your Cashmere blanket in a damp place. A well-sealed plastic storage box (available in most stores) is good enough (a see-through one is better as you can notice that if there is any moisture inside). Make sure the box is dry before you put your luxurious Cashmere blanket in.
  • To keep moths away, the first thing to make sure is that the blanket is clean before long-time storage. Pay close attention to any food stains as moths are particularly attracted to our normal food proteins and cooking oils. Those moth-proofing products are helpful, or simply spray some perfume on a piece of paper and put the paper next to your blankets inside the box.