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Care Instructions

To ensure you can love sleeping in your linen sheets for a long, long time, it’s important to look after them. The guide below will help you love your linen for longer.


Use a warm, gentle machine wash on a short cycle together with a mild, gentle textile washing detergent. Remove from the machine as soon as the cycle finishes and give them a gentle shake to release creases and excess fibres. We suggest washing bed sheets once a week to help them remain fresh and bacteria free.

Avoid using fabric softeners with your suki. linen bedding, they will reduce linen’s natural moisture-wicking abilities. Linen naturally gets softer with every wash.

Avoid using any form of bleach. Being an all-natural fabric, linen is susceptible to fading and discolouration if it comes into contact with harsh chemicals – this includes bleaching agents that can be found in face creams and ointments.


We suggest a low warm gentle heat setting (a hot setting may cause shrinkage) on your tumble dryer and then remove your linen bedding as soon as it is dry, this will help avoid excessive wrinkling. Don’t be nervous about seeing some lint accumulation in your dryer’s filter after your first few tumble dries. These are just the excess fibres releasing and it’s perfectly normal. If you prefer to dry your linen bedding naturally, be sure to hang it out in the shade to prolong use.


Linen bedding looks best in a naturally relaxed, cosy, crumpled way, so ironing is not necessary – if you really want to iron, be sure to use a low setting on your iron.


While Linen sheets are a beautifully strong natural fibre and are intended to be used for many years, like your favourite clothing items or your favourite pair of shoes, the more you use your linen bedding without rotating sheet sets, the more you will wear the fabric down. We suggest having several sets of sheets and rotating sets each time you wash them.


Ensure your linen bedding is fully dry before storing. We suggest you then neatly fold your linen and store it in a dry cupboard (avoid humidity with any of your bedding fabrics). Between rotations, you can store your suki. bed linen in the linen tote bag you received it in. This will help protect your lovely fresh linen while being stored.