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MARVILLE ROAD
CARE GUIDE

All Marville Road items are easy to take care of – our goal is that all items can be machine washable.

HOW TO CARE FOR A MARVILLE ROAD PIECE
Applies to crêpe material, viscose, polyester, cotton, cashmere, silk, satin and wool.

Hand wash program (30 degrees)
Use a laundry bag
Liquid detergent for delicates
Do not use softeners

Crêpe materials and satin pieces to be hung to dry.
Wool pieces to be flat dried.

It's important to take care of your clothes so they will last longer – good for the environment and your wardrobe!

GUIDELINES
KNITWEAR

The soft and versatile merino wool and cashmere are breathable enough for any season and easy to care for. Did you know it’s antibacterial, wrinkle-resistant and organic? And yes, both merino wool and cashmere are completely machine washable, and it air-dries quickly. Follow these guidelines to prolong the longevity of your favourite knit.

Our founder and designer, Jenny Holmén, has become an expert on taking care of her knitwear – to make it look great and last longer.

Alba Crêpe Jacket
Angie Short Trousers
Carol Viscose T-Shirt

Machine Washing Instructions:
Wash at the lowest temperature on a gentle machine cycle, hand wash program for example. Do not tumble dry. Do not use fabric softener.

Hand Washing Instructions:
Make sure your sink is clean, fill it with lukewarm water. Add a few drops of mild detergent or regular liquid soap. Let your knit soak in the water for 10 minutes. Drain the sink and rinse your knit with fresh lukewarm water. Do not wring out your knit. 

Drying Instructions:
The best way to dry your knit is by laying it flat on a towel and flipping it from time to time. This takes a little longer, but it’s the best way to take care of your beloved knits.

Need help or have any questions?
You can always chat with our team through the chat icon here at our website. We usually reply within 10 minutes and are ready to give you full expertise when it comes to taking care of a Marville Road item.