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How to take care of an Olvi’s product?

Washing: Hand wash recommended
It is best to hand wash lace fabrics in cold water with a mild detergent. 

Bleaching: Do not bleach
Avoid using bleach on lace fabrics, as it can be harsh and damage the delicate fibers. If you need to remove stains, opt for a gentle one.

Drying: Air dry
To dry, lay it flat on a clean, dry towel and gently blot away excess water. Do not wring or twist the fabric. Then, let the lace air dry by laying it flat or hanging it up, depending on the garment's design.

Ironing: Low heat or steam
If your is wrinkled, use a low heat setting on your iron or a steamer. Place a thin cloth or between the iron and the lace to protect the fabric. Be sure to iron or steam in a gentle, gliding motion to avoid damaging the lace.

Dry cleaning: Dry cleaning recommended
If your lace garment requires a more thorough cleaning, take it to a professional dry cleaner, especially if the care label specifies it. They will have the expertise and equipment needed to clean and care for delicate lace fabrics safely.

How to repair a damaged Olvi’s product?

We accept to repair any damaged product based on the level of damage. This cannot be pre-determined. Kindly contact us for further information.

How to take care of a cashmere product?

Cashmere is a very delicate material and has to be treated with care. To ensure the high quality we advise – if there are no stains to first put the garment on a hanger and let fresh air blow through the cashmere. This should be enough to give the garment a fresh feel again. The cashmere has a (almost) complete self-cleaning quality because of its natural heritage. If there are stains or if it needs to be washed it can be washed by hand on cold temperature with a low amount of washing powder. Please do not wring the cashmere, nor put it on a hanger to dry or close to a heater. To dry the cashmere garment place it at on a towel. The garment can also be brought to the dry cleaner where it can be light chemically cleaned. 
Be aware to inform the dry cleaner that your product is made from cashmere. Only cold iron the cashmere. Even though we use the highest quality of cashmere, a cashmere garment can and will over time start to pill on places where there has been much friction. Pilling is a natural effect of cashmere. To remove the pills you can use a pill brush. Never pull them out by hand.

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