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Garment Care & Stain Guides

By laundering more carefully, you extend the life of your garments and consume less water and energy. Taking good care of your garments, and using less resources, doesn’t actually take more time or effort. Explore our guides, care products and impact scenarios below.

Care Guides & Storage

Care Guides

In our guides we share how to wash, dry and even store your garments in the best way:

Stain Guides Ketchup

Stain Guides

There’s no universal treatment for stains - you’ll have to tackle whatever life throws at you on a case-by-case basis:

Care Guides & Storage

Garment care products

We stock a limited range of best-in-class organic detergents, softeners and stain removers as well as other garment care products, such as moth deterrents, brushes and shavers.

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SAVE TIME, MONEY AND RESOURCES

As you can tell from the scenario guide in the tables below, washing at 30°C (cold) and line drying vs. washing at 40°C (warm) and tumble drying can have a 1/5th of the emissions (and energy costs). Over a lifetime of a garment, that's a significant difference. The tables compare the laundry impact of one 190gsm T-Shirt (our men's t-shirt) across a hypothetical lifetime of 50 laundry cycles vs. a single full load. Numbers are based on average European white-goods energy ratings, average European energy sources and machine capacity utilisation. Find out more about or impact calculations here.

USE PHASE IMPACT OF 1 T-SHIRT (50 LAUNDRY CYCLES)

Wash temperature & drying type

Emissions per wash cycle

Emissions per drying cycle

Number of cycles

Total emissions

Total energy consumption

180gsm T-Shirt share of 7kg/15lb load

40°C (warm) + tumble dry

6.9 g CO2e

29 g CO2e

50

1798.9 g CO2e

203 kWh

180gsm T-Shirt share of 7kg/15lb load

30°C (cold) + line dry

5.9 g CO2e

0

50

295.5 g CO2e

30 kWh

180gsm T-Shirt share of 7kg/15lb load

EU avg. (41°C, 12% tumble 88% line dry)

7.2 g CO2e

3.5 g CO2e

50

532.5 g CO2e

57 kWh

IMPACT OF 1 LAUNDRY LOAD: 3 SCENARIOS

Wash temperature & drying type

Emissions per wash cycle

Emissions per drying cycle

Number of cycles

Total emissions

Total energy consumption

One load, 7kg/15lb of laundry

40°C (warm) + tumble dry

247 g CO2e

1067 g CO2e

1

1314 g CO2e

149 kWh

One load, 7kg/15lb of laundry

30°C (cold) + line dry

210 g CO2e

0

1

209 g CO2e

21 kWh

One load, 7kg/15lb of laundry

EU avg. (41°C, 12% tumble 88% line dry)

252 g CO2e

128 g CO2e

1

380 g CO2e

41 kWh