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The correct way of washing prevents your trousers from shrinking.
You can hang your trousers up to dry naturally. However, all MEYER cotton trousers are suitable for tumble-drying. Choose a low temperature - maximum 60-65°C. In the dryer, trousers become silky and soft.
Trousers made from 100% pure wool are generally not suitable for washing at home. Dry cleaning (P) is the ideal choice. However, most woollen trousers from MEYER can be washed at home in the machine thanks to their added polyester. For wool, however, the following basic rule applies: As little movement as possible in order to prevent pilling (build up of bobbles due to felting) - use as much water as possible.
Carefully sort your washing. Trousers made from a wool mix should not be washed together with other materials. Do up all buttons and zips prior to washing in order to prevent rubbing or catching on the fabric of the trousers. It is not absolutely necessary to turn the trousers inside out.
Select a wool wash programme at 40°C. Alternatively, you may choose a delicates cycle at 40°C. You should avoid spinning as this causes the woollen fibres to felt. Use detergent designed for woollens because this is adapted to the specific needs of wool fibres.
Woollens should not be tumble-dried. Wringing out or beating wears the wool fibres out. If necessary, you can place wet trousers on a hand towel and gently squeeze the water out. We recommend spreading the trousers flat and hanging them dripping wet to dry.
To prevent damage to the inner lining - Do not iron your trousers inside out – Steam ironing should be absolutely avoided as this can permanently deform the trousers or create unwanted creases. In order to fix iron creases, place a damp tea towel between the iron and the fabric.
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