Your Carolina Dandy linens are meant to be loved and enjoyed now, and for years to come. There is something so beautiful about well-loved linens and the stories they tell. Pass them down with care by following these general rules of thumb when laundering your linens.
Spot treat linens as needed.
Wash separately on a delicate cycle with gentle detergent. Our embroidery thread is chlorine bleach resistant, but to keep your linens from yellowing overtime, I suggest only using bleach when absolutely necessary. Recommendations for chlorine treatment are as follows: max 20 g/l active chlorine, temperature: max 86 degrees Fahrenheit with a max wash of 30 minutes.
Never leave damp embroidered linens folded or pressed together.
Always dry on the lowest temperature setting. It’s recommended to remove the linens from the dryer while they are still damp to prolong the embroidery.
Press your linens while they are still damp. Iron on the reverse side for the utmost care.