HOW SHOULD IT BE WASHED?
A t-shirt is as easy to wash as it is to wear. But you need to know what you're doing. Because it's in direct contact with your skin, you'll wash it more often than a sweater, for example. Even if it's a simple process, here are our advice to make sure we're all on the same page.
To wash your T-shirt, we recommend washing it inside out at a maximum temperature of 30° with other clothes of a similar colour. That way, if your T-shirt ever gets caught on the washing machine's drum, it'll prevent damage to the fibres on the visible part.
It's best to use liquid detergents because powdered one usually leave marks on dark colours. That's true for your T-shirt and but also for all your other clothes.
When it comes to spin-drying, make sure your machine doesn't spin any more than 800/900 rpm or you risk damaging the cotton fibres.
AND HOW SHOULD IT BE DRIED?
Ideally, your T-shirt should be dried flat. Be careful not to twist or wring your T-shirt when taking it out of the machine: as we've said, this damages the fibres.
Right, once it's dry, you can fold it up and put it in a cupboard. No special advice needed for that. We trust you.
We hope that the beginning of your new life together with your T-shirt goes well. We'll get back to you in a few weeks to see how you're feeling. And if you have any feedback to give us, whether positive or negative, please contact our team, who are here to offer the very best service, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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See you soon,