The most significant element for us as a responsible company is longevity and quality: we want to make products that people will enjoy for decades to come. Therefore, we encourage our customers to treat their pieces with care and consideration.
Towel & Bathrobe Care
As each terry product will become a staple part of your day, it is important they remain soft and easy on the skin, as well as highly absorbent. Inspired by advice from our ancestors, we recommend soaking new towels in cold water for 24 hours before the first wash. This way, the cotton fibres expand and ensure the best possible absorbency and strength.
Care instructions – Wash at low temperatures to protect the environment – Tumble dry on low heat with dryer balls – Use natural detergent for a long life and a great feel – If a loop snags: cut it, don’t pull – Avoid using softener and bleachers
Your Tekla bedding will feel even better with every wash. Make sure to wash and swap every week to best preserve the fabric. This way you will continue to enjoy the natural feel — and sleep better as a result.
Care instructions – Wash at low temperatures to protect the environment – Wash light and dark colours separately – Hang-dry to preserve fibres and colour – Tumble dry on low heat– Use natural detergent for a long life and a great feel– Avoid using softener and bleachers
Please note that while not the best option for our planet, it is still safe to wash at temperatures higher than 40 degrees celsius.
Our products are made to last, however, a little effort goes a long way when it comes to ensuring a fresh look and natural feel of your favourite items. With these recommendations, you’ll continue to experience the soft feel of your sleepwear for longer:
— Wash at 30-40 degrees celsius with natural detergents to protect the fabrics and the environment — Wash light and dark colours separately — Hang-dry to preserve fibres and colour, avoid tumble drying – If you’re using a dryer, choose a low heat and a low tumble cycle.
Wool Blanket Care
All our wool blankets are created for years of use, especially when they’re taken good care of. By the nature of the fabric, wool is stain-, odour- and wrinkle-resistant and thus requires little maintenance. Hang your blanket outside now and then to straighten it out and give it some fresh air.
Care instructions – Dry clean to avoid shrinkage – Otherwise, hand wash at low temperatures