Cotton is one of our strongest plant fibers. Stains are easily absorbed by the fabric and get firmly stucked.
How to remove stains
We recommend removing stains with Lemon Soap and water. Put the garment in water and rub thoroughly with the soap on all stains before washing the garment in the machine with Lemon Wash. For old or difficult stains, leave the garment in water to let the soap work on the stains, preferably overnight. Use as hot water as the garment can withstand – check the washing instructions in the garment.
How to wash cotton
White or non-bleached cotton can withstand 60-95 degrees. Colored cotton often needs to be washed at 40 degrees.
Denim should be treated as colored cotton and should always be washed inside out.