Repairing cashmere is a good investment. It is important to extend the life of your garment and keep it looking its best. Cashmere is a luxurious, high-quality fabric, that once maintained can last for generations to come. Also, most importantly regular maintenance helps to keep cashmere in your wardrobe and out of landfill, great for your wallet and the environment.
Repairing your cashmere can be more cost-effective than replacing it. If you have small tears or holes in your garments, these can be easily fixed, saving you from having to buy a new garment. Cashmere is an investment piece, and by repairing it, you can ensure that you get the most value out of your purchase.
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Repairing your cashmere is a good investment for the environment also. Throwing away a garment that could be repaired contributes to waste and pollution. By repairing your cashmere, you can reduce your carbon footprint and help protect the environment.
If your garment is beyond repair we offer a recycling service where your cashmere can be reused, remade or recycled correctly.
Cashmere can last for generations. Having a garment that has been passed down in your family holds great sentimental value. By repairing your cashmere, you can continue to wear and cherish the garment for years to come.
Cashmere is a delicate fabric that can easily become damaged if not properly cared for. Repairing any tears, holes, or snags can prevent further damage and help maintain the quality of your garment.
While repairs can take place all year round, it is especially wise to consider repair options before you store your cashmere away for warmer months. April and May are the best times and equally again in early autumn when cashmere starts to emerge from storage once again for the winter.
Moth damage is at its highest during the summer. See our top tips on cashmere storage to help to avoid moths destroying your cashmere.
Our cashmere experts are always available to offer advice on the repair, laundry, and storage of your cashmere garments, contact our team here.