Care instructions

Kitchen textiles

Kitchen textiles should be washed according to the washing instructions in the product. Change kitchen towels often to avoid bacteria and to maintain cleanliness.

Coushions should be washed according to the washing instructions in the product. Weekly dusting reduces washing need. Remove any possible stains with moistured cloth. Avoid intense scrubbing. Most of the stains can be washed with cold water. Stain removal or bleech can only be used in light colors and materials and follow the instructions for use of the materials. Try stain remover first in the seam or other non-visible spot.


Baskets made of paper cord and natural materials are designed for dry storage. Use the product in a dry environment and store dry things. When baskets exposure any moisture, colored paper products may release color. Paper cord is an allergy-friendly material and easy to keep dust-free. Vacuum baskets regularly. Stains can be easily wiped with a lumpy sponge. To keep color clear, avoid storing the baskets in direct sunlight.

Bed linen

We recommend to wash the bed linen before use. Follow washing instructions in the product and wash linen with the same color of textiles. Use a detergent for colored sheets without any bleach to keep the colors brighter longer. When washing linen, you can use rinses which softens and makes the sheets easier to wash. Do not put the machine too full for the sheets to crumble.

Linen can be dried both in the tumble dryer and outside in the string. In sunny weather, the linen should be turned inside out so that the sun does not change the colors. Ironing make the sheets soft and smooth and the fabric surface becomes dense and dirt-repellent, allowing you to extend the wash and wash times. Satin may lose its gloss, but the gloss may be restored by ironing or maintaining the product.


Keep the lantern in a shielded place. Wash the metal parts by wiping it with a sponge. Glass parts can be washed by hand with mild soapy water. Dry the product well. Handle the lanterns with caution when the candle is lit, some parts of the lantern may heat up when the candle burns. The candle must not be in contact with flammable materials. Shut off the candle by suppressing it, and never leave the burning candle unattended.

Tip: Instead of a candle, a light series can be put on a lantern. Be sure to follow the instructions for the light series.

Wash the bed spread according to the washing instructions in the product. Wash them in dense water, in a sufficiently large machine.


Towels should always be washed before use. Follow the product's washing instructions. The first wash should be separated from the rest of the laundry. Wash the towels with the same color of textiles to keep the colors fresh and avoid dyeing of textiles. Use of softeners is not recommended as they reduce the absorbency of the towels. For colored towels, use detergent without bleach. White towels can be used with detergent for white textiles.

The twisted structure of cotton absorbs dirt deep into the fiber. Towels should be washed at 60 ° C to ensure thorough cleaning of the product and to maintain color stability. The towels for kitchen and toilet facilities are in heavy use and need to be washed more often. Do not wash towels with products with zippers as they break the lint.


Wash the sauna textiles before use, so the products will be comfortable and absorbent. Wash sauna textiles often enough to keep them hygienic and fresh. Follow the washing instructions of the product, wash in plenty of water, separate from other laundry. No tumble dryer for the sauna cushion. Do not use softener and avoid bleach.


Wash the throw according to the washing instructions in the product. Knitted throws will stretch if they hang on the rope to dry. Dry the throw in horizontally. In this way, the it maintains its original dimensions and remains beautiful longer.