About the quote: Inhale Love Exhale Gratitude.
Life is supporting us all the time. Breathe. Feel your body. Notice how the senses are functioning by themselves. Now look around and reflect on how many people and processes it took to make your clothes, to build your house, to supply you with food and technology. Mother Earth loves us, so inhale love, exhale gratitude and know we are One.
Once the wool is received from Inner Mongolia, it is processed by our family run factory in Kathmandu.
An assortment of special, hand-run equipment then weaves the yarns into the desired shape and color, followed by hands-on traditional screen printing, which stamps each scarf with an uplifting, spiritual message.
Washing & Drying
The gentlest and most popular method of washing cashmere wool is by hand.
To do this, put the garment in a wash bowl with lukewarm water mixed with a small amount of detergent for wool / mild detergent. Since the fibers are sensitive, it is best to soak for a few minutes and avoid excessive rubbing. When you're satisfied, rinse the garment in clean water to remove the soap residue, gently squeeze it with a soft towel, and allow it to air dry by laying it flat on a towel or wire shelf (this will keep his Keep shape). If you are using a dryer, make sure the machine is on the cold air program as cashmere will shrink when exposed to high heat.
Cashmere usually does not need to be ironed. However, if the wool is wrinkled, brush the garment briefly over a low heat (most irons have a wool or silk setting). You can also place a cotton cloth between the iron and the cashmere wool to protect the fibers.
Other options are:
Machine wash (only if there is a special wool setting)
Professional cleaning (at your own discretion)
Do not hang up your garment, especially if it is a cashmere scarf. Instead, fold it gently and store it on top of other clothing if it's in a pile to avoid squeezing the wool fibers. Avoid direct sunlight.