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Garment Care

Caring for your LUKE ARCHER garment correctly is essential to ensure that your purchase lasts as long as you enjoy wearing it; this is why it is important for us that clientele understand how to care for their Luke Archer garment, whether this be hand wash, cleaned in a domestic washing machine or professionally dry cleaned.        
PLEASE NOTE - THE BELOW INFORMATION IS FOR REFERENCE ONLY All of our garments incorporate a specific care label, which will advise on the best way to wash to ensure garment longevity.

Silk Garments

Washing
Silk is one of the most delicate fabrics available, and that's what makes it so luxurious. It is recommended that garments constructed from 100% silk should be hand washed using suitable detergent and warm water or preferably dry-cleaned. 

Drying
To dry the garment, simply lay it over a dry towl or use a dry sponge to dab the water out of the garment. be sure not to leave creases in the garment if drying over a towl. 

Ironing 
When ironing, ensure that the iron is set on it's lowest setting. It is also beneficial to iron the garment while they it is still slightly damp.
 

Cotton & Cotton Mix Garments

Washing
Cotton can be washed using a domestic washing machine, using a setting which is below 50°C to preserve the colour and the fabric of your garment. It is best to use non-chlorine washing powder/liquid.

Drying
It is highly recommended that 100% cotton garment(s) are not to be tumble dried, as this may cause shrinking of the garment, and should be dried naturally by draping over a clothes airier or similar.

Ironing
Can be ironed as normal.
 

Viscose garments

 Washing
Wash viscose clothing inside out at a maximum of 40°C on a delicate programme. Your machine should be two-thirds full. 

Drying
Dry on a hanger (never tumble-dry). 
Ironing
Iron while still slightly damp. 
ALWAYS REMEMBER TO SEPARATE WHITE GARMENTS FROM COLOURED GARMENTS WHEN WASHING.
FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN TRANSFER OF COLOUR.