Recommended Care Tips:
I. Do Not Overdry
Avoid high-heat tumble drying.
We recommend air-drying when possible or, if using a low-heat tumble dry, removing handkerchiefs while they are still slightly damp to avoid overdrying, and hang to finish.
High temperatures are harmful on the handkerchief's fibers. They set wrinkles in and make them harder to remove.
It is typical for handkerchiefs to experience a fair amount of wrinkling. This is characteristic of linen fabric and should not be a cause for concern.
To avoid excessive wrinkling, remove handkerchiefs from the wash as soon as possible and avoid overdrying.
If handkerchiefs come out wrinkled, rewet with water to allow their shape to return and air-dry to finish. Using a steam iron or steamer will also remove wrinkles.
III. Avoid Fabric Softeners and Dryer Sheets
We recommend avoiding fabric softeners and dryer sheets as they work by building up a film on the fabric that inhibits the handkerchief's absorbency.
Handkerchiefs will naturally soften over time.
Wash in cool water with a mild detergent & hang to dry