care for your clothes
Over dry your clothes in the dryer: The dryer is what does most damage to clothes causing shrinkage, warping elastic, and the tumbling action is very rough. The best way to dry your clothes is to put all garments (except line-dried dedicates) in the dryer at low temperature.
Cold water is fine for most clothes and other items that you can safely put in the washing machine. It can remove many stains from clothing, including grass on your kid's jeans or makeup smudges on a sweater. Delicate fabrics (lace and silk) and dark, colorful fabrics actually do best in cold water.
1. Buy fabrics that are durable. 2. Wash less frequently. 3. Fold clothes along the seams, 4. Let everything air out. 5. Learn basic repairs. 6. Avoid Ironing. 7. Empty your pockets. 8. Close zippers and other fasteners to prevent snagging. 9. Avoid the dryer when you can.
Peace silk is vegan because it allows the silkworm to emerge out of the cocoon naturally. Fibres from the damaged cocoon are then spun together forming a silk which has the same luxurious feel as Organic silk, with a raw appearance. The term "vegan silk" is actually the name our silk supplier has given the fabric
“Peace silk' or cruelty-free silk allows the silkworm to live out its full life cycle and emerge from their cocoons as moths. ZS Fabrics offers Tussar/Tussah silk, also known as "peace silk", is wonderful that the majority of the silkworms are not killed in the fabric's production.
How to wash your clothes made from organic cotton? Organic cotton can shrink up to 5-10% of its size when exposed to high temperatures. It is perfectly safe to wash organic cotton in a washing machine. But, there are some important tips to remember to ensure your sheets give you optimum comfort. Put the machine on a gentle, hand wash or delicate cycle.