How to care for Cashmere ? Cashmere should be washed by hand, one piece at a time. Wash it cold, between 30 and 40°C, using a little special wool detergent or baby shampoo. After washing carefully with your fingertips, without wringing or rubbing the material, rinse your Cashmere under water. It is not advisable to rub your garment at Cashmere as this may cause it to fluff up. Finally, lay a towel flat on the floor and gently roll your jumper over it to wring it out using several strokes. Be careful to press gently so as not to damage the fibre. Then dry it flat so that it returns to its original shape. You can also wash your jumper in a washing machine: wool programme, without fabric softener, spinning at a maximum of 400 rpm. If necessary, the Cashmere can be ironed at a very low temperature so as not to burn the fibres. Sometimes a simple steam cloud is enough. A steam iron is very useful to restore the softness of your favourite Cashmere . Be careful with your Cashmere… – Cashmere does not like hot water – Never put it in the dryer – Cashmere is a natural, living material, it can create the famous lint on the rubbing areas. If this happens, use a lint-free razor or a comb. This will keep your pieces looking as good as new – Moths are the enemy of all wool jumpers. To preserve them, only store clean, washed jumpers in your dressing room and air your wardrobes regularly.