Product Care Information

To preserve the quality and longevity of your ANAEL pieces, follow our specialized maintenance tips and advice.

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Cotton is a natural fiber renowned for its softness, breathability and comfort. However, it requires proper care to avoid shrinkage, fading and premature wear.

  • Washing: Wash your cotton garments in cold or lukewarm water to avoid shrinkage and preserve colors. Use a mild detergent and avoid bleaching agents, which can damage fibers.

  • Drying: Air-dry your cotton garments. If you use a tumble dryer, choose a low-temperature cycle to minimize shrinkage and retain the shape of your garments.

  • Ironing: Iron your cotton garments at a medium to high temperature. To avoid burns or marks, iron slightly damp or use a damp cloth.

Denim is a tough, durable fabric, but it needs proper care to avoid premature wear and maintain its distinctive appearance.

  • Washing: Wash your denim garments as little as possible to preserve their color and texture. Turn them inside out before washing in cold water to minimize fading and wear. Use a mild detergent and avoid bleaching agents.

  • Drying: Air-dry your denim garments. Hang them inside out or flat to avoid sharp creases and retain their shape. If you use a tumble dryer, choose a low-temperature cycle to minimize shrinkage.

  • Ironing: Ironing denim garments is generally not necessary, but if you wish, use a medium to high temperature. Iron inside out to avoid creating shine on the fabric.

Leather is a natural, luxurious material that requires special care to avoid drying out, cracking and staining.

  • Cleaning: Clean your leather garments with a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and dust. Use a specific leather soap or a mild saddle soap solution. Avoid excess water, which can damage the leather.

  • Moisturizing: Apply leather conditioner regularly to maintain suppleness and prevent drying out. Choose a product suited to the color and type of leather on your garments. Apply a thin layer with a clean cloth and leave to dry naturally.

  • Drying: In the event of contact with water, dry your leather garments in the open air at room temperature, away from any source of direct heat which could dry out and damage the leather.

  • Preventive care: Avoid wearing your leather garments in very damp weather or in the rain. If your garment does get wet, gently blot off excess water and allow it to dry naturally. Then apply a conditioner to restore the leather's moisture content.