At BITTE KAI RAND, we test all our fabrics and yarn qualities. We do this to ensure that clothes meet our high-quality standards and to ensure the durability of the clothes. Our goal is to guide our customers on how to care for their clothes.
For the best care of your clothes, you should follow our washing instructions, which you generally find in the left-side seam.
Only wash your clothing when it has become dirty, thereby extending the life of the garment and reducing your water consumption.
Wool has a self-cleaning ability and aired ventilation is the perfect alternative to washing.
We recommend ironing Viscose-material garments after wash to achieve the same softness as before wash.
Wash your clothes inside out to prolong colour fastening and reduce tear of clothes.
Preferably use a washing bag to protect delicate materials.
We suggest using a special washing bag that reduces the emission of micro plastics in our water when washing polyester and nylon products.
Extend the life of your clothes and protect the environment by hang-drying your clothes instead of using a tumble dryer.
In general, knit should be dried flat, otherwise, you will risk it will get out of shape and size.
Cotton knits, though, may be tumble dried to achieve the same softness and volume as before washing.
If your clothing is no longer usable check if your local Waste Sorting Centre has a textile sorting system meant for recycling of clothes.
BITTE KAI RAND clothes are made by people for people, and we do hope you will take care of your clothes according to our instructions.