Plain Dye Sheeting
Using our extensive knowledge of how to care and prolong the life of bed linen and towels spanning over 170 years, we’ve put together a guide to ensure that you get the most out of your Christy bed linen and towels. While we may have advised that you use a mangle in the past, today a washing machine and dryer will suffice.
When the wash cycle has finished remove bed linen promptly from the machine and shake out whilst damp to minimise creasing and drying time. Iron your bed linen whilst still slightly damp: it’s easier! In the event that bed linen has been over dried, use a water spray to dampen fabric before ironing.
Limit the use of fabric conditioner on your towels. Whilst they give your towels a soft feel, overuse of conditioner leaves a coating on the towels and reduces the absorbency. Pulled threads occur when loops catch on sharp objects. Christy towels are woven meaning that threads won’t run, so if you encounter a loose thread, simply cut it off. To prevent pulled threads avoid washing towels with other garments, which have hooks or zips.
Bleach will remove the colour from your Christy towels/bed linen permanently. Avoid contact with surface or bathroom cleaners. Some facial cleansers and skin treatments contain Benzoyl Peroxide, which has the same effect as bleach. Check the label for this ingredient, and rinse hands and face thoroughly after using these products as the effect on your towels/bed linen may not be apparent until after washing. Separate light and dark coloured towels/bed linen, as you would with other items. With darker and brighter colours you may find that some excess dyes wash out during the first few washes.
We've put care and attention into creating the washing instructions on the label of the towel/bed linen. By adhering to recommended washing instructions you will guarantee enjoyment of your Christy products for years to come.
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