Linen products

ENG “Unella” -Gots-certified Organic Linen, Baby sheet-set

In ancient times people have used pure and genuine natural fabrics, like wool, hemp and linen.

Natural fabrics have a lot of amazing features. That’s why they are great to use and have a beautiful look.

Real Fabric’s handmade “Unella” -linen sheets give a genuine, organic and pure hug.

“Unella” -linen sheet-set is safe, non-toxic and also suitable for sensitive skin. This fabric is European Gots-certified organic linen.

Linen:

-antibacterial

-because of fiber´s natural wax

-it is dirt repellent and easier to get clean

-breathable material

-keep you warm or cool depending of the temperature

It only gets better and better if you handle it properly.

Keep this instruction and enjoy your linen product for a long lasting time.

-Made with Heart-

By Real Fabric

Designed and Hand Made in Finland

100% organic Gots-certified Linen

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ENG “Hetkin” -Gots-certified Organic Linen, Dining Textile

In ancient times people have used pure and genuine natural fabrics, like wool, hemp and linen.

Natural fabrics have a lot of amazing features, that’s why natural materials, like linen, are just like crafted for use.

Real Fabric’s handmade “Hetkin” -dining textiles are made for special moments like weddings or birthdays or if you just want to add a touch of luxury in your everyday life.

By following these simple caring instructions you will be able to enjoy this linen textile  for a long lasting time.

Linen fabric is:

-antibacterial

-because of fiber´s natural wax it is

dirt repellent and easier to get clean

-breathable material

-keep you warm or cool depending of the temperature

-non toxic, pure, genuine material

-perfect for sensitive skin

It only gets better and better if you handle it properly.

-Made with Heart-

By Real Fabric

Designed and Hand Made in Finland

100% organic Gots-certified Linen

 

-Wash this new textile before use

Linen is one of the oldest fabrics and hasn’t need any special tricks for washing in ancient times either. So actually linen is very easy material to handle. Less is more for linen.

-Wash temperature is 60 degrees, usually 40 degrees is enough

-a gentle cycle program with a long soak, a short wash, a rinse and a short, gentle spin

-remove stains before wash with Marseille/Gall-soap

-with product follows a little specimens of fabric, that you can use for stain removal testing

-not overcrow the washing machine with too many items

-mild liquid detergent

-no optical brightening agents

-no tumble dry

-hang to dry as soon as the wash is finished

-can iron or not..depends how you want your linen look, with shine or with typical cosy wrinkle, crumble and crease

-This fabric is untreated and will shrink ca. 5 %