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The Merino Sweater / The Beanie

Merino wool is not only extremely soft, it’s naturally clever too. If it’s in need of a refresh, simply hang it in the bathroom whilst you shower, or outside in the fresh air to get out any wrinkles or odours.

 

Tips and tricks

  • Wash The Merino Sweater inside out, on a special wool-cycle around maximum 30°C. You can also use a cold cycle up to a maximum of 400 turns.
  • Dry The Merino Sweater flat on a clean towel away from sunlight and heat. Wet wool is more sensitive to light.
  • Rest The Merino Sweater for 24 hours between washing and wearing it. This gives the wool fibres the chance to fully recover in their natural shape.
  • Use laundry detergents especially made for washing wool. They help to maintain the high quality of The Merino Sweater. Don’t use bleach or fabric softener as this damages the fibres.
Teym-Care-Parka

The Parka

You will wear The Parka through countless rain showers and icy winter days – a huge strain. The better you take care of it, the more protection you will enjoy the years to come. 


Tips and tricks

  • Professional dry clean only. 

Take The Parka to the dry-cleaner at the end of the winter each year. Never use your own washing machine for cleaning.

  • Treat it with a protectant spray every season. 

To extend the lifetime of The Parka’s water resistant textile use a protectant spray every season that’s developed specifically for waterproofing technical fabrics and down-insulated gear.

  • Simply wipe clean. 

Would you like to clean The Parka during the season? Simply use a damp cloth and wipe The Parka clean.

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The Sweatsuit

We want you to enjoy The Sweatsuit for many years to come. It’s been made by Portuguese craftsmen with the best organic cotton we could find, now it’s your time to take good care of it.

 

Tips and tricks

  • Don’t wait too long when your sweatsuit is in need of a wash. Discoloration occurs when antiperspirants and sweat remain on the fabric for a longer period of time.
  • Wash at 30°C and hang up straight after washing to avoid wrinkling. Only wash The Sweatsuit together with similar colors to keep its color as pristine as possible.
  • Switch to aluminum-free deodorant. Yellow stains are caused by a chemical reaction between aluminium and sweat. Switching to natural deodorants will help you to avoid this.
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The T-Shirt

We want you to enjoy The T-Shirt for many years to come. It’s been made by Portugese craftsmen with the best organic cotton we could find, now it’s your time to take good care of it.

 

Tips and tricks

  • Switch to aluminum-free deodorant. 

Yellow stains are caused by a chemical reaction between aluminium and sweat. Switching to natural deodorants will help you to avoid this.

  • Wash directly after wear. 

Don’t wait too long when your t-shirt is in need of a wash. Discoloration occurs when antiperspirants and sweat remain on the fabric for a longer period of time.

  • Stains on a white T-Shirt?

Mix 4 tablespoons of baking soda with a quarter cup of water and scrub into the stain – let it sit on the stain for one hour – wash in cold water – hello white T-Shirt!

  • Wash at 30°C, gently pull back into length and hang up straight after washing to avoid wrinkling. 

Only wash The T-Shirt together with similar colors to keep its color as pristine as possible.

  • Iron at medium temperature, 150°C.
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The Shirt

We want you to enjoy The Shirt for many years to come. It’s been made by Portuguese craftsmen with the best cotton we could find, now it’s your time to take good care of it.

 

Tips and tricks

  • Switch to aluminum-free deodorant. 

Yellow stains are caused by a chemical reaction between aluminium and sweat. Switching to natural deodorants will help you to avoid this.

  • Don’t wait too long with washing. 

Don’t wait too long when your t-shirt is in need of a wash. Discoloration occurs when antiperspirants and sweat remain on the fabric for a longer period of time.

  • Stains on a white Shirt?

Mix 4 tablespoons of baking soda with a quarter cup of water and scrub into the stain – let it sit on the stain for one hour – wash in cold water – hello white Shirt!

  • Wash at 40°C or lower and hang up straight after washing to avoid wrinkling. Before hanging it up, gently give it a shake and smooth out the wrinkles.

Only wash The Shirt together with similar colors to keep its color as pristine as possible.

  • Iron at medium temperature, 150°C.
Teym-Care-Leather

The Chelsea Boot / The Sandal

Like your own skin, The Chelsea Boots’ leather will stay in shape when regularly cleaned and moisturized. We’ve put together a care routine of cleaning, polishing and protecting to help keep your shoes pristine. Did you know an old T-shirt is the perfect soft cloth to use when taking care of leather? 

 

Tips and tricks

Clean

  • When your shoes are in need of a fresh-up, gently rub off as much dirt as you can with a clean, dry cloth and wipe away any excess salt. Clean away remaining dirt with a damp, soft cloth and allow to air dry. It’s best not to use sponges, as they can contain chemicals that may damage the leather.
  • Salt stains can leave a white residue on your shoes. Deal with salt stains using water and vinegar. Mix 1 part vinegar with 2 parts water. Gently rub the mixture into the salt stains using a soft cloth and keep adding the mixture to your shoes to remove the stain. This method will also strip your shoes of wax polish if you have a buildup.

Polish

  • To restore shine, apply a thin layer of neutral or color-matched shoe polish using a soft cloth in a circular motion.
  • Allow to air dry. Buff afterwards using a clean cloth or paper towel.
  • Extra shine? Repeat these steps. 

Protect

  • Protect The Chelsea Boot with a water repellent and dirt protection spray. Use the spray after cleaning and polishing to maximise the lifespan of your shoes. 
  • Never use heat to dry leather shoes. Instead, air dry at room temperature. If shoes are very damp, stuff them with newspapers to absorb moisture and help them stay in shape.
  • Store them in a box or cupboard, preferably not in direct sunlight.