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care instructions

Linen Sheets, Duvet Covers, & Pillow Cases

Primary Goods Linen bedding is made from 100% French Linen and any new linen should be washed before the first use. Expect to catch a hearty helping of lint the first time you wash your sheets, but the quantity will decrease with each cycle, while softness increases! 

Laundry etiquette:

Please do...

  • Keep linen separate from other fabrics.
  • Separate white and color fabric (like momma taught you).
  • Wash using a warm, gentle cycle with liquid detergent (we like Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Laundry Detergent).
  • Tumble dry using a warm, gentle cycle.
  • Stop the drying cycle just before sheets are dried completely, put them on your bed fresh out of the dryer to minimize wrinkles. 
  • Use Primary Goods' wool dryer balls instead of dryer sheets. 

Please don’t...

  • Use bleach, harsh detergents, powder detergent or fabric softener.
  • Fill the machine to capacity. 
  • Wash bedding with any items that have zippers, studs, or hooks. 

Cotton Sheets, Duvet Covers, & Pillow Cases 

Primary Goods' cotton bedding is made from 100% long-staple cotton with a percale weave that gives the fabric a look that’s elegant and smooth. Even though our sheets come pre-washed, we still recommend brand new bedding before first time use.

Please do...

  • Wash colors in cold water.
  • Wash white, natural, and ivory colors in warm water.
  • Tumble dry on medium heat.
  • Use a warm iron for a crisper, cleaner look.

Please don’t...

  • Use chlorinated bleach—it will damage quality cotton fibers over time. Only use non-chlorinated bleach, if necessary.

Beauty Secrets:

  • Reduce wrinkles by—
    • Removing cotton sheets promptly after washing.
    • Shaking sheets out prior to placing them in the dryer.
    • Removing sheets while they are still slightly damp and hang to finish drying.

The Comforter

  • Machine-wash cold using natural detergents.
  • Dry comforter flat.

        Simple, no?

The Silver Pillow

Your pillow will be getting lots of use (as it should!) and will need a wash. Washing your silver pillow every 3-6 months will keep it clean and make it last.

To wash:

  1. Unzip and separate the outer pillow from the inner pillow
  2. Rezip the outer pillow.
  3. Insert both pillow parts into the washing machine. For best results, use a front-loading machine.
  4. Wash on a gentle, cold water cycle, using mild liquid detergent.
  5. Tumble Dry on low temperature with dryer balls.
Pro tip:    Two standard pillows = one load of laundry.