You can do quite a lot to maintain the look and life of your clothes. Washing your clothes according to the washing instructions will keep them looking good for much longer. 

Always wash dark garments separately and use a non-bleaching washing agent to protect both the garment and environment. The garments in our collection have many uses and include everything from T-shirts to jackets in a variety of materials. This means that they must be cared for individually in order to maintain their colour and application. All our garments come with clear washing and care instructions.


The symbol of an iron indicates that the garment can be ironed or mangled. The number of dots in the iron is the temperature recommended for the garment. Do not iron directly onto a printed garment or on its reverse.


The symbol of a tub indicates that the garment is machine washable or can be washed by hand. The tub will either show the recommended washing temperature or a hand symbol for hand wash. All our garments can be spindried. A crossed over tub symbol means that the garment cannot be washed in water.


Triangle – the garment can be chlorine bleached. The letters in the triangle make up the chemical term for chlorine. A crossed over triangle means that the garment cannot be chlorine bleached.

Circle – the garment can be drycleaned. The letter inside the circle refers to the recommended washing solution. A crossed over circle means that the garment cannot be dry-cleaned.


Circle in a square – the garment can be tumble dried. A crossed over symbol means that the garment cannot be tumble dried. Remember that tumble drying wears the garment and increases the amount of shrinking.