Washing laundry means: sorting

Washing laundry means: sorting Before washing, you should sort the laundry. There are two things to look out for: 

1. colour

2. material

For the colours: Separate light colours from dark colours. It is best to wash white laundry separately, as light colours can also rub off on white laundry. Extreme colours such as red, dark blue or black are more likely to stain. You should therefore only wash them together with dark or similar colours.

 Even more important than the colour is the fibre the clothes are made of. The material of the textiles determines the washing programme, temperature, spin and type of detergent. You can find out which washing machine setting is the right one from the care instructions on the label inside your clothes.


Pure new wool is naturally dirt and odour repellent. That's why woollen items only rarely need to be washed. Airing in the fresh air is usually sufficient to get a woollen item hygienically clean and fresh again. If a woollen article does need to be washed, it should be handled with care.


We recommend washing our disana wool items by hand. This is best done in the hand wash basin, in cold water, with our disana wool shampoo. Do not wring or rub, just press through lightly. Then rinse at the same water temperature and squeeze out carefully.
If you prefer to machine wash, please do so in the wool wash programme, cold and without spinning or only with a maximum of 400 rotations.


Dry lying on the washing rack in a place that is not too sunny.


Iron at low to medium heat.


Chemical cleaning is not necessary.


Do not bleach. This is harmful to the environment, useless and only ruins the fabric.