Say good-bye to pilling
Contrary to popular belief, pilling on cashmere is not a sign of poor quality or a design fault. The pilling is a natural characteristic of the long fibres and can be easily removed using a cashmere comb (you find an example with how to use video HERE) or an electric bobble remover, available i.e. at John Lewis.
Store your cashmere correctly
Do not hang cashmere as it will de-shape your garment. It is always best to store your cashmere item folded in a protective bag or box. To keep dreaded moths at bay, we recommend hanging cedar wood mothballs or lavender filled linen bags in your wardrobe as an effective organic repellent.
Clean your cashmere with tender loving care
We recommend hand wash in luke warm water with mild shampoo. Cashmere and wool shampoo is available in several shops such as Waitrose or Selfridges. Wrap in a towel and flat dry. Iron on low to medium temperature and stay clear of the embellished areas.