Here's a few tips so your Wool Pleated Trousers keep looking as sharp as on the first day.
December 09, 2021
The best way to go about it is to leave the pros, as in your local dry-cleaners, take over here. However, you can also wash them by hand. Preferably using cold or lukewarm water.
If you ever get anything on it, as can happen, try a little warm water and the smallest drop of gentle natural soap. This is just to encourage the stain out, so no need to create a foam. Never use hot water as wool isn't a big fan of it.
If you ever really mess up your Wool Pleated Pants as can also happen occasionally, head to your dry cleaners. They will dry clean it which should get rid of any dirt, and press it back into shape if that was the problem. Both of these require specialist equipment and knowledge that can only be found at good dry cleaners.
A useful piece of advice for you: Check your clothes before you leave the dry cleaners. If anything has been damaged in the cleaning process you will need to let them know before you physically leave the premises. If not you may have a hard time claiming this.
Whatever you do, please no tumble-dryers. Just let your trousers dry al fresco, on a hanger.
If ironing is your thing, turn your trousers inside out before giving them a few gentle presses, on a max 110°C setting.
We'll be back in touch in a couple of weeks to see how you're getting on. If you have any comments in the meantime please do share them, – positive or negative – by getting in touch: email@example.com
The Asphalte Team