Are you wondering what the labels on your LIVING CRAFTS items mean? Find your answers here below.
WashingNormal cycle: The figures in the wash-tub symbol correspond with the maximum temperatures that must not be exceeded.Gentle cycle: One bar beneath the wash-tub is the gentle cycle symbol.
Special delicate cycle: A double-bar indicates very delicate articles, e.g. wool (delicate cycle).
Hand wash: Do not exceed a water temperature of 40°. Thoroughly dissolve your special detergent in the water before adding the item. Move the item gently. Do not rub or wring. Then rinse and squeeze the item gently.
Do not wash.
Do not bleach: Some normal all-purpose detergents contain oxygen bleach. For the sake of the environment, we recommend using only bleach-free detergents.
Drying in the tumble dryerNormal drying possible.
Drying only at reduced heat.
Hot ironing: Treat items while damp or sprinkle them with water before ironing. Use ironing cloth to prevent shine or pressing marks. Steaming is allowed for these items.Ironing only moderately hot: Use an ironing cloth for delicate items and try to avoid strong pressing or pulling.Do not iron hot: In this case, be especially cautious when ironing with steam. We suggest using an ironing cloth to protect the fabric.
DO NOT iron.
Professional textile careDO NOT dry-clean.