In order to preserve the beautiful colors
and fringe of your sarong, it is always recommended to hand wash
separately in cool water, using light hand soap or Woolite,
then rinse clear and drip dry.
The old fashioned folding drying racks work great set up in
your bath tub and you can dry up to 4 sarongs at a time.
dry, you can press with cool iron if you like, but it's
usually not necessary.
wraps will bleed the first couple of washings - but once you
have hand washed a couple of times and see the bleeding has
stopped, you can actually wash like colors together in the
machine and pop in your dryer - if you prefer to soften up
the fabric - but for best results and long lasting wraps -
we do recommend hand wash drip dry.