Wool Care Guide
A winter wardrobe staple, Scanlan Theodore utilise wool for its smooth finish, durability and natural warmth for the construction of wool coats and jackets. Sourced from a mill in Italy renowned for their high-quality wool fabrications, Scanlan Theodore wool garments exude timeless elegance.
Benefits of Wool
- Smooth finish
- Soft hand-feel
How to wash Wool
For the laundering of our wool garments, we recommend a mild dry clean only. Wool fibres possess a natural protective coating, making them resistant to dirt and dust. Therefore, laundering of wool garments should be conducted sparingly to preserve the integrity of the fabrication.
- Mild dry clean only
- To be laundered sparingly or only when necessary
How to to store Wool
We recommend temporarily hanging your wool garment to ventilate between wears, before storing folded and away from sunlight. Storing your natural wools and hairs with moth or cedar balls is also recommended to prevent moth damage. For more structured garments, such as coats, we recommend that you store the piece hanging, using a coat-specific hanger to provide support to the shoulder area. For further protection, store in a light and breathable garment bag.
- Soft knitted wool garments to be stored folded and away from sunlight
- Structured wool garments to be stored hanging, to maintain shape
- Moth or cedar balls are recommended to prevent moth damage
Scanlan Theodore’s Wool Knitwear and Wool Garments are of the finest quality and offer durability, natural warmth and exude timelessness for all seasons to come. We have shared some guidance to ensure that your piece stands the test of time and can be enjoyed for years to come, just as it was designed to. If you have any further questions, please submit a request to our Client Experience Team.