Merino wool is a wonderful material with many great properties. It is breathable, warm, durable, and naturally antibacterial. To ensure that your merino wool clothing lasts as long as possible and retains its properties, it is important to care for it properly.


    • Hand washing: The gentlest way to wash. Fill a bathtub or sink with lukewarm water (max. 30°C) and add a wool detergent. Gently agitate the garment and then rinse thoroughly.
    • Machine washing: Most merino wool garments can also be machine washed. Use a wool cycle with a maximum temperature of 30°C and a low spin speed (max. 400 rpm). Always follow the instructions on the garment label.
    • Detergent: Use only detergents that are designed for wool. These detergents are gentle on the fibers and preserve their properties.
    • Fabric softener: Do not use fabric softener, as it can impair the functional properties of merino wool.


    • Tumble dryer: Do not tumble dry merino wool garments. They could shrink and lose their shape.
    • Air drying: Dry garments flat on a towel. Indirect sunlight will speed up drying.


    • Merino wool garments  do not need to be ironed.


    • Store merino wool garments in a closet hanging on a hanger or folded loosely. Do not use plastic bags, which could prevent air circulation.
    • Protect merino wool garments from moths. Use moth repellents, lavender and cedar, or store garments in cotton bags.


    • Merino wool has self-cleaning properties. Slightly soiled garments can simply be aired out in fresh air.
    • If a stain appears on the garment, remove it as soon as possible. Use a special stain remover for wool.

All products can be machine and handwashed inside out, at a maximum of 30 ° C and machine speed 400.

As a detergent we recommend the wool wash.

Dry the product on a flat surface (eg a towel on a bed).

Never put in the dryer!