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Warm, comfortable, soft, stylish. Premium knitwear is meant to feel luxurious to wear. A staple of your winter wardrobe, these classic pieces are an essential investment. To keep them looking and feeling great season after season, here's our expert guide on how to care for your knitwear.

How to Wash Knitwear

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Washing your knitwear correctly is essential to its longevity. Too many people throw their knitwear in the wash only to have it come out ruined. Thankfully, washing your knitwear correctly isn’t hard. All you need to do is follow these simple guidelines.


How to Hand Wash Knitwear

Hand washing your knitwear is a great way to ensure its longevity. Just fill the sink with cold water, add some wool wash or gentle detergent, and start washing gently. Avoid hard scrubbing and rubbing, which can cause surface wear and pilling, and instead, lightly dunk your knitwear and slowly swirl it around. Rinse with clean water before drying.


How to Machine Wash Knitwear

All you need to do is keep things gentle. That means choosing a cold, gentle wash on a wool or delicate cycle that won’t spin too quickly. Be sure to trade your regular detergent for an approved wool detergent that’ll treat your knits right. Placing your knitwear in a laundry/wash bag will also help reduce any agitation of the fibres and, in turn, reduce surface wear and pilling.


How Often Should You Wash Knitwear?

Washing knitwear items unnecessarily is a fast way to create surface wear and affect their longevity. So before you put anything in the laundry basket, ask yourself if it really needs to be washed. Chances are, if you’ve only worn it once or twice, it can be put away for another wear. Of course, if there are any dirty marks or smells, be sure to give it a wash as soon as possible.

How to Dry Knitwear

The drying process is integral to maintaining the shape and integrity of your knits. After washing your knitwear, don’t be tempted to wring out excess water. Doing so may stretch and warp the fibres. Instead, try gently squeezing out the excess water before laying your garment flat on top of a towel. Then, roll up the towel and garment together and gently squeeze again.

Once the excess water has been removed, gently ease your knit back into shape. This shouldn't be difficult as the yarn will be pliable when wet. You can then put your knit on a drying rack. But remember, instead of being hung to dry, knitwear should always be lay flat. Doing so will help prevent any stretching from occurring.n the demise of a favourite item. A shrunken jumper is never a good look.

Knitwear Care Tips

  1. Always check and follow the garment care instructions.
  2. Wash your knitwear carefully by either hand-washing or machine washing using a cold, gentle knitwear cycle and wool-approved detergent.
  3. Avoid unnecessary washing, which can affect a garment’s longevity.
  4. To dry knitwear, roll out excess water using a towel and dry flat on a rack away from heat.
  5. Store your knitwear neatly folded in a drawer.

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