Complete guide to care for your cashmere


It is recommended that you clean or wash your cashmere between every three to five wears. You can clean your cashmere multiple ways. The safest way to clean your cashmere is to give it to a dry cleaner to ensure that no damage is done.
However, at home cleaning can thoroughly clean your cashmere and still maintain its quality if the following steps are noted.
It is recommended that you clean your cashmere through a hand-wash system by following these steps:
  1. 1. Fill a tub with cold water, and add a mild detergent, such as baby shampoo, dish soap
  2. 2. Allow your cashmere to soak in the mild detergent for 10 minutes
  3. 3. Rinse thoroughly--Note: Be aware not to wring your cashmere to avoid stretching out the delicate material
  4. 4. Lay your cashmere on a drying rack. If you do not own a drying rack, place it between two towels
If you do not have time to hand wash your cashmere, you can use a washing machine to clean it. All you have to do is place your garment inside a laundry bag before your put it in the washing machine. This will protect the garment from experiencing any rough treatment during the cycle. Select the most gentle cycle on cold water.

Stain Removal

It is common to stain your cashmere, and instead of washing it every single time, here are a few tips:
  1. Grease-based stains: Wet the stain area in cold water, then treat by soaking it in mild shampoo
  2. Wine, tea, or coffee: Gently rub the stain with a cloth dipped in cold water and dish detergent. Make sure to rub gently to avoid any stretching or irritating of the fabric.
After executing the appropriate treatment, rinse the stain in cold water and place it on a drying rack.


To ensure a long-lasting cashmere products, the following tips are ecommended:
  1. 1. Always fold your cashmere on a shelf when placing them in your closet. Hanging cashmere will distort the shape of the garments.
  2. 2. Store your cashmere in a clean, dry place to avoid tampering with the softness of the garment.
  3. 3. If you store your cashmere in a separate place for the off season, make sure your garments are washed and are clear of all human and perfume scents. Moths are attracted to such scents and will ruin your cashmere!