Machine Wash: Turn your socks inside out before putting them in the washing machine. Use a gentle cycle with cold water to preserve the fabric's quality and colors.

Gentle Detergent: Opt for a mild, eco-friendly detergent that won't harm the organic cotton fibers. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners, as they can degrade the fabric.

Separate Colors: Wash your socks separately or with similar colors to prevent color bleeding.

Low Heat Drying: When drying, avoid high heat settings. Instead, air dry your socks or use a low heat setting in the dryer.

Minimal Ironing: Organic cotton socks usually don't require ironing. If needed, iron on low heat and avoid direct contact with the fabric.


Wash Inside Out: Turn your garment inside out before washing to minimize friction and protect the outer surface.

Cold Water Wash: Use cold water and a gentle cycle to clean your sweatshirts and hoodies. This prevents shrinkage and color fading.

Mild Detergent: Opt for a mild, eco-friendly detergent to avoid damaging the organic cotton fibers. Avoid using harsh chemicals.

Separate Colors: Wash similar colors together to prevent dye transfer. Avoid washing with abrasive items that could cause pilling.

Air Dry Preferred: Air drying is the best option for maintaining the shape and quality of organic cotton. If using a dryer, choose a low heat setting.

Skip the Fabric Softener: Fabric softeners can affect the absorbency and texture of organic cotton. Avoid using them.

Gentle Ironing: If ironing is necessary, use low to medium heat and a cloth between the iron and the garment to protect the fabric. Be careful with any sort of plastic print - avoid iron over those sections.