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Care Guide
To ensure the longevity of your cashmere, proper care is essential. Cashmere can be cleaned through either hand washing or dry cleaning. However, it's important to note that cashmere does not require the same frequent cleaning as materials like cotton or polyester. This is because cashmere and pashmina possess natural anti-microbial and anti-odor properties, reducing the need for frequent washing or dry cleaning.


  • Fill a basin with lukewarm water and add a mild wool or cashmere detergent.
  • Gently submerge the cashmere item and agitate it softly for a few minutes.
  • Rinse thoroughly with cool water until all detergent is removed.
  • Avoid wringing or twisting the garment. Instead, gently squeeze out excess water.
  • Lay the item flat on a clean towel and reshape it to its original form.
  • Let it air dry away from direct sunlight or heat sources.

Dry Cleaning

  • If you prefer professional cleaning, choose a reputable dry cleaner experienced in handling cashmere.
  • Inform the dry cleaner that your item is made of cashmere, as they may use specific cleaning techniques.


  • Clean the cashmere item before storing it to prevent attracting moths or insects.
  • Fold the item neatly to avoid stretching or misshaping.
  • Store in a cool, dry place, preferably in a breathable fabric bag or a sealed container with moth repellent.


  • Pilling, the formation of small balls of fiber, is common with cashmere.
  • Use a cashmere comb or a fabric shaver to gently remove any pills, taking care not to damage the fabric.


  • Avoid hanging cashmere items, as they may lose their shape.
  • Keep cashmere away from rough surfaces or sharp objects that can snag or damage the fabric.
  • Avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, or other chemicals that may cause discoloration or damage.

Remember, cashmere is a delicate and luxurious fabric that requires special care. By following these guidelines, you can help your cashmere products last for a lifetime of enjoyment.