Cotton Fabric (100% Cotton) Care Tips

Cotton Fabric (100% Cotton) Care Tips

Washing Tips

Use the regular cycle & cold water for colored cotton to prevent colors from fading. Machine wash cold to reduce shrinking. Use warm water for towels & sheets to help remove bacteria.

Drying Tips

This is when the shrinking & wrinkling occurs! Ideally, hang your cotton pieces to dry to extend their life.

Temperature Tips

Avoid heat. Wash colored fabric in cold water & lay flat to dry. If dryer is necessary, use lowest heat possible.
Ironing Tips

Iron your cotton items while slightly damp for the best results.
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