We have to rebel against mass produced, poorly manufactured garments and we need to start by caring for the garments we already have.
This is how you make your LAZA garments last forever:
If you prefer to wash by hand, be gentle.
Use aloe vera based detergent, and never use softener. A splash of white vinegar in the machine is great to keep the fibers fresh and clean, don’t worry it won’t smell. Just put it straight in the machine before your garments. Give it a try.
Drycleaning is always efficient, but not as sustainable, try to take them to the store only when you have to.
Use the silk setting in your iron, and you can steam comfortably.
Grab some kitchen roll, cut in two pieces, damp in a bit if warm water and apply pressure on both sides of the stain with it (inside and out). Hold the pressure for a bit and then tap slowly.
If the stain doesnt improve then take to the dry cleaners as quickly as you can. If it improves then repeat the proccess and wash.
Try to use a wood hanger and dont layer with other garments.
Be gentle when you use and handle them.
Never throw them in the trash, closing the circle is important to us.