- Always separate whites from colours and sort the laundry according to the washing temperatures shown on the labels.
- Do not overfill your machine!
- If you have bought matching items, always try to wash them together to avoid colour variations.
- Cotton sateen and cotton percale sheets can be washed at 60°, even 95° from time to time, but we advise you to favour washing at 30°-40° for all sheets, which is just as effective as at higher temperatures. This protects the fabrics, the environment and… your wallet.
- Favour washing inside-out (especially for the Premium Jersey).
- In the event of a stain, act very quickly while respecting the instructions provided on the product’s label; remove the stain with an appropriate product before washing.
- Dry the laundry immediately after washing and do not leave it in a damp ball in the drum of the machine to avoid crinkle effect.
- Spread out and smooth the damp laundry to avoid any white marks.
- Lay the flat knitted throws blankets out to dry on a flat surface, do not put them in the tumble dryer!
- In the tumble dryer, use a gentle programme and quickly remove the laundry after the cycle.
- Kalani products do not need to be ironed, laying them out or tumble drying them is enough most of the time (except for Cotton Percale which is a material that should not be ironed if you accept that it is crumpled for an urban look, but which on the other hand requires intense ironing if you like military square sheets).
- If you iron the Cotton Percale, we recommend washing the sheets with a spin-dryer at 800-900 rpm maximum and ironing while the laundry is still damp.
- If you always iron all your textiles, we recommend ironing on the reverse side for all products with prints, embroideries and transfers.
- Don’t forget to regularly clean the soleplate of your iron to avoid stains on white and light-coloured sheets.
Bath linen Hotel Collection
Bath linen Luxury Collection
Bed Linen Premium Jersey
Bed linen Sateen & Percale