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Wool and Silk
How to take care of wool and silk
The care of a silk and wool scarf is not so different from a 100% silk scarf.
Wash it by hand, to make sure you don't wrinkle or damage the fibers.
Use cold or lukewarm water.
Use only a small amount of soap.
Don't leave your scarf to soak forever, as you risk dulling the color of your scarf!
To blot it, place it on a terry towel and dab it with a second towel. Let your scarf air dry on a drying rack.
Don't put it in the dryer or in the sun, and avoid heat sources! You risk damaging the natural fibers and even causing them to shrink.
Who doesn't know silk? Perhaps you have never touched it or worn it around your neck, but the reputation of this noble and delicate fabric always precedes it.
Of incomparable softness, this elegant material comes to us straight from Asia, where the precious and tedious craftsmanship necessary to its manufacture has been maintained for generations.
Its elegance is not its only virtue: silk has the advantage of being antibacterial, which means that your skin will be less likely to be inflamed with friction. This material also absorbs three times less moisture than cotton, so it keeps your skin hydrated, rather than soaking up its natural moisture.
Wool is our best ally against winter, and this since prehistoric times!
After shearing the sheep, the fleece is divided into different categories according to the quality of the hair. It will then be sent to the textile factories.
Before anything else, the wool is obviously cleaned in a bath. It is then dried, untangled at the carding, and combed.
Finally comes the spinning, to arrive at these balls that you know so well!
The wool is finally dyed by means of dye baths. Here is the origin of your escape!