Eco Wash For Silk & Delicates (250ml)

Clothes Doctor

£14.00

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Silk is a soft, lustrous and luxurious fabric, with regal origins dating back over 3,000 years. To help retain the wonderful properties of your silk and delicate garments, our No. 4 cleanses, refreshes and renews so you feel truly indulged every time you wear them. It is scented with patchouli and bergamot, which were used historically to pack between layers of silk during transportation along the Silk Road. Use in a hand wash or delicate machine wash cycle, and enjoy alongside our other products and services to enhance the life of your garments.

Key Features

  • Plant Derived
  • Made In The UK
  • Vegan Friendly
  • Cruelty Free
  • Vegan-friendly

How To Use

Turn your garment inside out. Fill a basin with cool water. Pour in 2-3 caps per garment, swirl around then place your garments in and submerge. Gently agitate the water, leave for 15 minutes, and no longer than 30 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with fresh water. Some colour left in the water is to be expected.

Ingredients

15 - < 30% oxygen-based bleaching agents, 5 - < 15% soap, < 5% anionic surfactants, non-iconic surfactants, plant-based fragrances.

A Note From Clothes Doctor

We help people extend the life of their clothes by repairing, altering, restoring and caring for their wardrobe, the way our parents and grandparents did. 

Our belief is that, due to the rise of fast fashion, consumers across the Western World have lost touch with these important skills. There is so little information available on the possibilities for repairing garments, and care labels often default to ‘dry clean only’ as a catch-all for how to clean silk, cashmere, wool and many other fabrics. 

With our products, services and advice, we help people reconnect with their clothing and love their wardrobe again.

We believe that every new garment should be a friend for life, not a one hit wonder; so we’re here to bring back the thrill of giving new life to your clothes. By extending the life of your clothes by 9 months, you can reduce their carbon, water, and landfill footprint by up to 30%. 


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