CARE OF THE GARMENTS
In FreeWear.org we care for the quality of our garments to be resistant to wear. It is very important to follow these rules to extend their maximum life and not to harm the resistance of the printing. The duration of the garments and drawings depends heavily on their perfect care (washing, drying and ironing). The printing techniques used (textile screen printing, textile vinyl or textile sublimation) guarantee quality and duration.
- It is advisable to wash the garment before using it for the first time.
- Separate clothes by type and color.
- Hand wash or machine wash, but always cold (no more than 30° C).
- Always wash inside out so that the drawing does not touch the drum of the washing machine. Do not overload the washing machine.
- Do not use bleach, stain removers or abrasives.
- Never use dry cleaning.
- Read the drying instructions on the label sewn in the garment.
- Do not tumble dry or dry the garment with a dryer, it may damage the drawing.
- Always hang upside down and with uniform exposure to light. Do not hang the garment to direct sunlight (it damages the intensity of the colors).
- Do not squeeze or stretch in braid the clothes to dry faster.
- Never dry clothes on heaters or radiators.
- Hang garments immediately after washing, they would be easier to iron.
- Hang garments the right time.
- Read the ironing instructions on the label sewn in the garment.
- Give special attention to the ironing of delicate garments (elastic...). Wet clothes to iron them.
- Iron at low temperature (maximum 110° C) and with the garment inside out.
- Never iron on the drawing because it would spoil the garment and stain the iron.
- If the garment contains stains or dirt, do not iron it, it could aggravate the problem.
- Keep the iron and ironing board clean.
CARE OF THE MUGS
- The mugs are ceramic and do not contain toxic inks.
- Never expose to fire or direct sources of heat. Do not microwave or dishwasher.
- Wash with a sponge, not with scourer.