Wool Suits: Frequent dry-cleaning can discolor and/or wear down fibers, give your wool clothes an undesirable sheen, and can shrink your clothes if overdone. Dry clean only when necessary. Sometimes a simple spot cleaning and/or steaming/pressing will be all that is required. Always choose a reputable dry-cleaner.
Shirts: Wash your shirts at 40 degrees centigrade, by hand or by machine. We do not recommend tumble drying. Wash dark colors separately with a color detergent. Remove collar stiffeners prior to washing. Shirts are best ironed when damp, taking extra care when ironing the collar points to avoid creasing at the front of the collar.
Suits/Blazers/Trousers: These garments must be dry cleaned and stored hanging. After wearing, allow 24 hours to air thoroughly before storage.
Overcoats: Dry clean only.
Casual Jackets: Dry Clean (Wool Jackets) or hand wash (Cotton Jackets) is recommended.
Leather Jacket Care
- Dust the jacket with a gentle brush or cloth. To avoid scuffing or damaging the leather, use a dry cotton cloth, nubuck cloth, or camel hair brush.
- Clean finished leather with a damp cloth. Test your jacket first by dropping a single drop of water onto it. If the water stays on the surface, it is safe to wipe dirt from the leather using a slightly damp cloth. If the water is absorbed and darkens the leather, do not apply water.
- Select leather cleaning products. We recommend using Pecard. Treat the affected part of the jacket according to the product's instructions.
Accessory Care Instructions
Ties: Never wash your silk tie, dry clean only. For small stain spots we recommend you use a reputable stain removal product.
T-shirts: Wash at 40 degrees centigrade, by hand or by machine. We do not recommend tumble drying. Wash dark colors separately with a color detergent.
Leather Accessories (Bullwhips, Belts, gloves): These Leather goods should be oiled with Pecard (or any other leather care products) about once a year depending on use.
Bags: It is best to spot wash occasionally.
Cufflinks & Jewelry: If your cufflinks are enamelled or stainless steel, avoid using cleaning solutions because it could ruin the solvents used to create them. Instead, use a soft polishing cloth to gently rub them clean when needed.
For more detailed information about cleaning and stain removal, see this PDF.