CAYET CARE GUIDE
CAYET pieces are made with quality materials that ensure durability. Knowing how to take care of them when washing and drying is important to maintain that quality and their original shape. That is why we give you some tips that will help you preserve your CAYET pieces. Moreover, by adopting these habits, you will reduce the waste of electricity and water, making a positive contribution to our planet.
Choose to use the gentle spin program when washing your pieces, as it reduces peeling while helping to care for the garment. It also reduces the release of microfilm, which contributes to less environmental impact.
You can reduce the formation of pilling on your pieces by turning it inside out before washing, or eliminate it with an electric pilling remover. Pilling is the formation of bumps on fiber such as wool or cotton.
AIRING vs WASHING
Washing slowly wears away fabrics. Choose to hang your pieces outdoors for airing out, or just brush it carefully to bring it back to life.
IRONING vs DRYING
When it’s time to dry your pieces, choose to roll it out instead of using the dryer. In addition to saving energy, it will combat fabric wear, prevent peeling, and won’t cause the garment to shrink.
TURN INSIDE OUT
Before washing turn your garment inside out to avoid wear and to protect the fabric ensuring the original quality.
TAKE CARE OF THE KNITWEAR
The elasticity of knitwear can cause it to lose its original shape when the garments are stretched out. Therefore, the best way to dry your knitted garments is to lay them out straight and store them folded in your closet. You can also choose to hand wash them to maintain their original shape and quality.
CAYET CARE GUIDE
When taking care of silk velvet pieces, CAYET recommends dry cleaning only or hand washing only. Machine washing is not recommended. In addition, silk or velvet textiles should be placed on a clean and dry towel avoiding sun exposure when it’s time to dry. Spinning/turning should also be avoided.
CAYET recommends washing cupronickel textiles by hand, with cold water and without wringing. To dry, simply suspend your pieces in its natural form. The dryer machine is not recommended. Finally, for ironing, the lowest temperature and steam function of the iron should be used.
When storing your feathered pieces you should be sure to put them in a position that allows it to retain its original form. Washing should be done by hand, with cold water, and dishwashing detergent is recommended. Let it dry in the fresh air, laid out on a flat surface. Always avoid the dryer. We also advice to avoid contact with cosmetics and humidity.
It should always be washed by hand, avoiding twisting so it doesn’t loses its natural form. To dry, the pieces should be placed on a clean towel and left to dry naturally. The knitwear should only be stored when it is completely dry and should not be hung up, as it loses its form. The perfect thing to do is to fold the knitwear and store in the closet.