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We want to guide and give you some tips to make sure your Part Two styles stay beautiful season after season - because real sustainability is when you keep your clothes for years. Here comes our advice for your day-to-day maintenance of your Part Two garments. 

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We encourage you to always check your care label for specific advice. However, we also recommend you always follow these 7 simple rules – these will be good both for your garment and for the planet:

1. Do not over-wash your clothes.
2. If there are stains on your garment, use a recommended stain remover.
3. Always wash at the lowest advised temperature. 
4. Always wash your garments inside out.
5. Always close the zip and buttons before washing.
6. Do not use fabric softener.
7. Avoid using the dryer.

…  And we also have an opinion about the 3 types of washing:

 
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HAND WASH

Hand washing is not always the best way to wash your clothes. Today’s washing machines have very efficient programs that leave even very delicate fabrics in a perfect condition after washing – so in most cases this will be our recommendation. Machine washing also tends to be friendly to the environment, since the use of water is much reduced compared to hand washing. If you do hand wash, you should use lukewarm or cold water, and do not soak your clothes, wring or twist them. Use special hand wash detergent – and make sure you rinse well.

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MACHINE WASH

We almost always recommend machine washing – and you should choose the temperature that is advised on the care label. With today’s enzyme detergents you can wash at quite low temperatures (30-40°C) and still get your clothes clean (note – there are different recommendations for bed linen, towels, underwear, etc.)

Machine washing is the best option if you want to wash your clothes in an environmentally friendly way. Always make sure to fill the machine and choose eco-friendly programs if possible.

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DRY CLEAN

Avoid dry cleaning if possible, since it is harmful to the environment due to the chemicals used in the process. However, dry cleaning is the appropriate cleaning method for delicate garments or stained fabrics that cannot be cleaned with water-based methods. Therefore, we always recommend dry cleaning for our wool outerwear, constructed blazers and leather garments.

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HOW TO TREAT YOUR VISCOSE GARMENT

We advise you to follow the steps below when you wash your Part Two viscose garment – this will keep it looking beautiful for a long time, and hopefully, you will keep it for seasons to come.

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HOW TO TREAT YOUR KNITWEAR

We recommend that you follow the steps below when you wash your Part Two knitwear – this will keep it looking beautiful for a long time, and hopefully, you will keep it for seasons to come. However, we recommend that you wash your knitwear as little as possible.

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HOW TO TREAT YOUR LINEN GARMENT

We recommend that you follow the steps below when you wash your Part Two linen garment – this will make it look beautiful for a long time, and hopefully, you will keep it for seasons to come.

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HOW TO TREAT YOUR SUITING BLAZER & PANTS

We recommend that you follow the below steps when you clean your Part Two blazer and suit pants – this will make them look beautiful for a long time, and hopefully, you will keep them for seasons to come.