Saint Gervais Laine - Rouge PersanRegular price €49,95
- 40% wool / 60% viscose
- 140 cm x 220 cm
Wool is an ancient fiber created by nature that has been used by man for centuries for its warmth and durability.
Viscose is a semi-synthetic type of rayon fabric made from wood pulp that is used as a silk substitute, as it has a similar drape and smooth feel to the luxury material. The term “viscose” refers specifically to the solution of wood pulp that is turned into the fabric. Viscose was first produced in 1883 as a cheaper, artificial silk.
Do not use a washing machine or tumble dryer, but rather your hands. Put water in a basin, not more than 30°. Prepare a little washing powder for wool in the water and stir. Then place your wool scarf in the bath and stir gently. Don't let it soak for more than a few minutes before rinsing with several quick baths. Then wring out by gently squeezing your scarf into a ball.
To dry, dry flat and away from the sun on a terry towel. Here is a memo to keep on hand to keep your favourite scarf as long as possible!