As you expect them to, your Heavy Chinos can roll with the punches, but they still require a little TLC now and again.
February 21, 2023
The heavy stuff first
Every spin in the wash means a stressful time for your Chinos, so best not to bung them in the machine every other day. You can leave them to air out every now and then.
A few tips to take care of your Chinos
They’re made of 97% cotton and 3% elastane and in a durable twill which means they’re breathable but also that they can withstand the wash. But wash them preferably with similar colours and at 30°C max topped off by a moderate 600rpm spin cycle.
Let them dry al fresco if possible, in the shade preferably and if you want to spin dry, do so on a delicate program.
Best to avoid resorting to a tumble dryer here to make sure your Chinos stay looking good for many years.
You can iron them on a low 110°c setting. Watch out though an iron that’s too hot will scorch the cotton and elastane and leave marks on your trousers.
Thank you !
Now you know everything there is to know to take care of your Heavy Chinos.
We’ll check back in with you soon to see how you’re getting on. If you have any comments or questions in the meantime, feel free to reach out to our team firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Asphalte Team