Care Instructions

Wool Coats can be machine washed on a cold, gentle (preferable dedicated wool) cycle. Always dry flat in shade. Do not tumble dry or wash on a hot cycle. Ensure you fasten the velcro strap to prevent damage to the fabric and also to prevent the velcro filling up with hair and lint.

Fleece coats and PJ's can be cared for like any fleece garment. Machine wash. Do not tumble dry. Ensure you fasten the velcro strap to prevent damage to the fabric and also to prevent the velcro filling up with hair and lint.

Raincoats - we do not recommend machine washing our raincoats as this can cause the waterproof treatment to degrade. You can wash by hand or spot clean, then hang or lay flat to dry. Avoid using harsh detergents as this will degrade the water repellent coating. You can reproof the raincoat using any product that is recommended for waterproof canvas.

Drying Coats - 100% cotton fabric can be machine washed on a cold setting. Ensure you fasten the velcro strap to prevent damage to the fabric and also to prevent the velcro filling up with hair and lint. Do not tumble dry. Loop pile can come loose due to the nature of the fabric and its intended use. Trim loose threads off with scissors.