Wash in cool water on gentle cycle.
Use PH Neutral detergent (such as Dreft) or Ann Gish Silk Wash.
DO NOT use: bleach, woolite, enzyme detergents, fabric softeners, or stain-removers.
Tumble dry on low or no heat, or line dry.
DO NOT use dryer sheets.
Remove items promptly to avoid or minimize the need to iron.
Silk may be ironed with a good, completely smooth, unscratched iron at medium to high heat with steam.
These instructions can also be followed for our other washable items.
Silk is one of nature's miracles.
Silk has the strongest tensile strength of any natural fiber. 1000 year old silk clothing exists in museum collections and is still stunningly beautiful.
Silk is naturally hypoallergenic. Dust mites cannot live in silk.
Silk holds color magnificently.
Silk is mildew and mold resistant.
Silk is fire retardant.
Silk is washable except when the construction or backing of the product prevents it.
Silk is warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Silk helps prevent wrinkling of the facial skin when used as the sleeping pillowcase.
Silk feels so good.
Silk is beautiful.