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CARING FOR
MOLLI
KNITS

Quality has been a central value at
Molli for 130 years due to the brand's rigorous selection of
extra-fine materials such as pure new wool
and pure combed cotton. To ensure that Molli knits
remain soft and hard-wearing, these garments must be
properly cared for by favouring gentle washing.
It is important to always read the
instructions on the composition and care labels.

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BEFORE
WASHING

In order to preserve the beauty of your Molli clothes,
turn them inside out when washing
to prevent snagging
and avoid damaging fasteners. In case of machine washing,
use a mesh laundry bag.

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WASHING WOOL
KNITS

In order to protect the delicacy, suppleness and length
of Molli pure new wool fibres, knits should be washed by hand in cold water.
Use a special wool detergent with a neutral pH to protect
the garments’ natural properties.
Do not use fabric softeners or bleach and do not soak garments as
this will damage the fibres.
Rinse garments several times in clean water. Squeeze very gently
to avoid twisting and ensure garments do not lose their shape.

Some Molli styles are extremely delicate
because of their hand-sewn finishes, cut or fabric
composition (for example trousers, jackets and dresses).
In these cases, the garment should always be dry-cleaned
to protect its soft texture and beauty. It is therefore important to
refer to the instructions on the composition label.

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WASHING
COTTON
KNITS

In order to protect the delicacy and length
of Molli's pure combed cotton fibres, knits should be
machine washed on a delicate cycle at no more than 30°
(only muslin squares, bodysuits, and T-shirts
from the Newborn range can be washed at 40°). Do not use
fabric softeners or bleach. Choose a gentle
spin cycle to avoid
twisting and ensure garments do not lose their shape.

Some Molli styles are extremely delicate
because of their hand-sewn finishes, cut or fabric
composition (for example trousers,
jackets and dresses). In these cases, the garment
should be dry-cleaned to protect its soft texture and
beauty. It is therefore important to
refer to the instructions on the composition label.

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DRYING
MOLLI
KNITS

To maintain their shape and fit, all Molli
styles should be dried flat on a towel. Do not tumble-dry
and do not leave garments to dry on a hanger
as this will cause them to lose their shape. Direct heat
should also be avoided as it may alter
the delicacy and length of fibres. Do not dry
garments in the sun as this will cause
yellowing.

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IRONING
MOLLI KNITS

Molli knits should be warm ironed on the reverse side
to avoid damaging the fibres of the materials.
For pure new wool garments,
placing a damp cloth between
the iron and the garment is strongly recommended
to avoid shiny marks.

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OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
FOR MOLLI KNITS

Over time, knits may snag
or pill in places where
the fabric is rubbed. Special pill remover devices exist
to care for knit garments. To fix snags, small,
easy-to-use crochet hooks can be used to pull
the threads through to the other side of the damaged garments. To
eliminate pilling,
pilling razors are very effective and do not damage
the beauty and soft texture of garments.