Cashmere Care Guide
Scanlan Theodore utilises only Grade A cashmere - the finest and softest grade available, produced by a family-owned mill with over 5 generations of cashmere expertise. Certified under The Good Cashmere Standard and the Sustainable Fibre Alliance (SFA), our 100% cashmere pieces are renowned for their luxuriously soft and lightweight qualities.
Benefits of Cashmere:
- Luxuriously soft
How to wash Cashmere
For laundering, we recommend a gentle dry clean only. Cashmere does not require laundering after every wear but should be laundered only when necessary, or at the end of each Winter season.
- Gentle dry clean only
How to store Cashmere
Cashmere should be stored folded, not hung, and away from sunlight. Hanging cashmere garments may result in stretching. We recommend storing your natural wools and hairs with moth or cedar balls to prevent moth damage.
- Should be stored folded, not hung, away from sunlight
- Moth or cedar balls are recommended to prevent moth damage
How to care for Cashmere
Pilling will naturally occur during the course of wear for all natural wools and hairs. This is to be expected and can be easily removed with a de-pill comb or fabric shaver. We recommend gentle regular de-pilling once every 3 wears to preserve the longevity of your cashmere piece.
- Gentle regular de-pilling is recommended
We have shared some guidance to ensure that your Scanlan Theodore Cashmere Knitwear and Cashmere Garments stand the test of time and can be enjoyed for years to come, just as they were designed to. If you have any further questions, please submit a request to our Client Experience Team.