How to wash your puffer

How to wash your puffer

In this post we will try to answer all those doubts that arise when washing your puffers.

Let start!

Can I wash my puffer in the washing machine?

You can, using cold water, inside out and zippered.

Do I have to take my puffer to the dry cleaner’s?

No. Dry cleaner's use chemical products that can damage your puffer or shrink it.

Can I use a spin cycle or the dryer?

Yes. You can use a spin cycle up to 1400 rpm. It is encouraged to put the puffer in the dryer with some tennis balls when the coat is completely dry; doing this the down will soften easily.

What can I do if the down has become compacted?

If you don’t have a dryer, you can spread out the down beating up the puffer softly using a tube or a stick, following the direction of the puffer design lines, from the beginning to the end. You can use the carton tube that comes with the kitchen paper or with the aluminium foil… even the coat hanger. Choose a horizontal surface for better results. You can repeat this process as many times as you need until your puffer looks like the first day.

What can I do if the neck area or the sleeves are very dirty?

You can rub the dirty area with a neutral soap, 5-10 minutes before getting your coat into the washing-machine.

DON’T FORGET TO LOOK AT THE LABELS INSIDE THE JACKETS.

Here we leave you our most used washing symbols, so that you have no doubt what their meaning is.

You already know that we are delighted to answer your questions. Have a great week.

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