Care Guide

Get the best from your new Everlayer product. Care instructions are also provided under each product on the product page.
Ensure your Everlayer product lasts longer with these care tips.
Throws, Blankets & Coverlets : Wool + Wool Blends 

 - If your day was free of sweat, stains or spills it’s actually best to avoid washing frequently, if at all. Typically, dirt and stains will lift off with a spot clean and odours can be removed by airing. This will prolong the life of the product. Wool has a natural capacity to recover and regenerate. All it needs is a rest for one or two days.

- If you do need to wash, we recommend using an environment friendly and professional dry cleaning service.

- Do not bleach. Do not iron.

- Make sure your piece is clean and dry before storing. We recommend storing in a dust free, well aired environment, away from any sunlight or heat sources.

Throws, Blankets & Coverlets : Cotton

 - If your day was free of sweat, stains or spills it’s actually best to avoid washing

frequently and opt for gentle spot-cleaning to prolong the life of the product.

Cotton is highly absorbent, so products used everyday, should be washed on

average once a week. This prevents natural oils and sweat from staining and damaging the fabric.

- Machine wash cold with like colors on a gentle cycle.

- Avoid bleach and fabric softeners. Our organic cotton gets softer with every wash.

- Tumble dry low and remove promptly.

- Wash separately and not with other garments, to prevent snagging the

intricate weave with things like buttons and zippers.

- Make sure your piece is clean and dry before storing. We recommend storing

in a dust free, well aired environment, away from any sunlight or heat sources.

Towels : Cotton

- Cotton is highly absorbent, so products used everyday, should be washed on average once a week. Hang dry between use.

- Machine wash cold with like colors on a gentle cycle.

- Avoid bleach and fabric softeners. Our cotton gets softer and loftier with every wash.

- Tumble dry low and remove promptly.

- If a loop snags, cut it instead of pulling it.

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