Loungewear and Slipper Care

FOOTWEAR

Sheepskin & double faced sheepskin slippers

Our slippers can be hand washed gently – dip footwear into cold water, and apply a small amount of wool detergent using a clean sponge. Then rinse the footwear again in cold water. Do not machine wash Our slippers must be dried naturally. Do not tumble dry or use and artificial heat. Do not dry in direct sunlight.

Faux fur / textile slippers

Gentle hand wash on upper only Do not machine wash. Wash with similar colours Our slippers need to dry naturally. Do not tumble dry Please remove and zip pull trims prior to washing Do not iron Do not bleach Clothing Washcare do's Always read the care label and washing instructions before washing your clothes Wash with similar colours The care label washing temperature is the highest permitted temperature. If you are unsure, always wash at a lower temperature rather than higher Turn garments inside out before washing

For hand wash items, please use mild detergent Do not use detergent which contains bleach We advise to iron garments on reverse side, especially on garments with special treatments and applications. Please be aware that delicate treatments or prints e.g. Glitter/foil prints, may loose some colour or finish with washing. Do not tumble dry, unless stated on the washcare label Garments with metal trims should not be left to soak.

Care Labels:

Your Guide to Easy Care Care labels provide helpful information that can save you time and money. Cleaner, fresher clothes means longer-wearing apparel. And clothes that are bleachable are easier to get clean. When a care label doesn’t mention bleach or says "Bleach when needed," it means it is safe to use Clorox liquid bleach. When the label says "Non-chlorine bleach when needed" use a non-chlorine (color-safe) bleach like Clorox 2®. Because clothes can be mislabeled, follow the easy directions on bleach container labels to test fabrics for colorfastness.

Wash Top Symbol for - Machine Wash, Normal Machine wash, Normal Garment may be laundered through the use of hottest available water, detergent or soap, agitation, and a machine designed for this purpose.

Machine Wash, Cold Machine wash, Cold Initial water temperature should not exceed 30C or 65 to 85F

Machine Wash, Warm Machine wash, Warm Initial water temperature should not exceed 40C or 105F

Machine Wash, 50C Hot Machine wash, Hot Initial water temperature should not exceed 50C or 120F

Machine Wash, 60C Hot Machine wash, Hot Initial water temperature should not exceed 60C or 140F

Machine Wash, 70C Hot Machine wash, Hot Initial water temperature should not exceed 70C or 160F

Machine Wash, 95C Hot Machine wash, Hot Initial water temperature should not exceed 95C or 200F NOTE: System of dots indicating temperature range is the same for all wash procedures

Machine Wash, Permanent Press Machine wash, Permanent Press Garment may be machine laundered only on the setting designed to preserve Permanent Press with cool down

Machine Wash, Gentle or Delicate Machine wash, Gentle or Delicate Garment may be machine laundered only on the setting designed for gentle agitation and/or reduced time for delicate items

Hand Wash Garment may be laundered through the use of water, detergent or soap and gentle hand manipulation

Do Not Wash Do Not Wash Garment may not be safely laundered by any process. Normally accompanied by Dry Clean washing_instructions Bleach Top NOTE: All (98+%) washable textiles are safe in some type of bleach. IF BLEACH IS NOT MENTIONED OR REPRESENTED BY A SYMBOL, ANY BLEACH MAY BE USED.

Bleach when needed Bleach. Any commercially available bleach product may be used in the laundering process

Non-Chlorine Bleach when needed Non-Chlorine Bleach when needed Only a non-chlorine, color-safe bleach may be used in the laundering process. Chlorine bleach may not be used

Do Not Bleach Do Not Bleach No bleach product may be used. The garment is not colorfast or structurally able to withstand any bleach

Tumble Dry, Normal Tumble Dry, Normal A machine dryer may be regularly used at the hottest available temperature setting.

Tumble Dry, Normal, Low Heat Tumble Dry, Normal, Low Heat A machine dryer may be regularly used at a maximum of Low Heat setting.

Tumble Dry, Normal, Medium Heat Tumble Dry, Normal, Medium Heat A machine dryer may be regularly used at a maximum of Medium Heat setting.

Tumble Dry, Normal,High Heat Tumble Dry, Normal, High Heat A machine dryer may be regularly used at a High Heat setting.

Tumble Dry, Normal, No Heat Tumble Dry, Normal, No Heat A machine dryer may be regularly used only at No Heat or Air Only setting. NOTE: System of dots indicating temperature range is the same for all dry procedures

Tumble Dry - Permanent Press Tumble Dry, Permanent Press A machine dryer may be regularly used only at the Permanent Press setting

Tumble Dry - Gentle Tumble Dry, Gentle A machine dryer may be regularly used only at the Gentle setting

Do not Tumble Dry Do Not Tumble Dry A machine dryer may not be used. Usually accompanied by an alternate drying method

Do not dry Do Not Dry A machine dryer may not be used. Usually accompanied by an alternate drying method symbol

Line Dry Line Dry Hang damp garment from line or bar, in or out doors

Drip dry Drip Dry Hang dripping wet garment from line or bar, in or out doors, without hand shaping or smoothing

Dry flat Dry Flat Lay out horizontally for drying

Dry in shade Dry in shade Usually added to Line or Drip Dry. Dry away from direct sunlight

Do not wring Do not wring. Do not wring Iron Top

Iron - any temperature, steam or dry Iron, Any Temperature Steam or Dry Regular ironing may be needed and may be performed at any available temperature with or without steam is acceptable

Low heat Iron, Low Regular ironing, steam or dry, may be performed at Low setting (110C, 230F) only

Medium Heat Iron, Medium Regular ironing, steam or dry, may be performed at Medium setting (150C, 300F)

Iron - high heat Iron, High Regular ironing, steam or dry, may be performed at High setting (200C, 290F) NOTE: System of dots indicating temperature range is the same for all dry procedures

Do not steam Do Not Steam Steam ironing will harm garment, but regular dry ironing at indicated temperature setting is acceptable

Do not iron Do Not Iron Item may not be smoothed or finished with an iron Dry Clean Top

Dry Clean Dry clean Dry Clean, any solvent, any cycle any moisture, any heat

Dry clean, any solvent Dryclean, Any Solvent Dry Clean, any solvent. Usually used with other restrictions on proper dry cleaning procedure

Dryclean, Petroleum Solvent Only Dryclean, Petroleum Solvent Only Dry Clean using only petroleum solvent. Usually used with other restrictions

Dryclean, Any Solvent Except Trichloroethylene Dryclean, Any Solvent Except Trichloroethylene Dryclean, Any Solvent Except Trichloroethylene Any dry cleaning solvent other than trichloroethylene may be safely used

Dry clean, short cycle Dryclean, Short Cycle May be used with A, P, or F solvent restriction

Dryclean, Reduced Moisture Dryclean, Reduced Moisture May be used with A, P, or F solvent restriction

Dryclean, Low Heat Dryclean, Low Heat May be used with A, P, or F solvent restriction

Dryclean, No Steam Dryclean, No Steam May be used with A, P, or F solvent restriction