Here are some essential care guidelines to ensure your linen remains in excellent shape:


  1. Opt for cold or warm water and use a gentle cycle with a mild detergent. Group similar colors and fabrics while washing, and avoid mixing with towels to prevent lint transfer.
  2. Address stains promptly to prevent them from becoming permanent.
  3. Avoid using bleach, soaking, or attempting to dye your linen. Dry cleaning is also not recommended.
  4. Thoroughly rinse your linen to remove any residual soap or detergent.


  1. While line drying is ideal, you can use a low-heat setting if you opt for machine drying. Avoid high heat, as it may damage the fabric.
  2. Remove your linen from the line or dryer while it's slightly damp to prevent over-drying.
  3. Prolonged exposure to sunlight during line drying may affect the color over time.


  1. Linen naturally possesses a relaxed, crinkled texture. If you prefer a smoother appearance, use a low heat setting while ironing.
  2. Start with the wrong side, then iron the right side for light-colored linens. Dark linens should only be ironed on the wrong side.
  3. Iron your linen until it's satisfactorily smooth but avoid making it bone dry.


  1. Linen dries quickly, so it's best stored in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Alternatively, return it to the bed slightly damp.
  2. Avoid storing your linen in plastic bags or cardboard boxes, as these can lead to issues like moisture retention and linen damage due to fumes.
  3. For long-term storage, periodically refold your linen to improve ventilation.

By following these guidelines, you'll ensure that your MeanderWild linen remains in excellent condition for a long time to come.

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