bemboka care instructions
Caring for Bemboka
Bemboka products are made with premium-quality materials, and are notably durable. Most products within the range do not require any special care, with the Bemboka Pure Cotton, Angora & Superfine Merino Wool, 70% Bamboo, 30% Cotton and Pure Linen Sheeting collections all machine washable and tumble dry-friendly.
We recommend you wash your Bemboka products on a warm, gentle cycle at 30 degrees. Line-dry products in a shaded place, away from direct sunlight, or tumble dry on low heat. Take care not to overfill the washing machine or tumble drier to allow room for products to circulate effectively.
The Pure Cashmere range and Bemboka Linen Wool and Cotton-filled Quilts are dry-clean-only.
Always follow instructions on the care label.
Choosing the right laundry detergent
We recommend using phosphate-free liquid laundry detergents. Do not bring coloured Bemboka products into contact with bleach, peroxide or optical brighteners. These are too harsh, and will shorten the lifespan of the soft material fibres.
Bemboka for commercial use
Bemboka is proudly partnered with some of the world’s most spectacular luxury hotels, providing premium linen and products for the guest who appreciates the finer detail. Partners require a commercial laundry facility suitable for handling 100% cotton and wool items. Laundries only equipped to handle synthetic blend fabrics are not suitable for Bemboka products. Care must be taken to ensure washing machines are not overloaded, and that automatic detergent feed systems do not leak bleach. Gas dryers with unregulated temperatures must not be used.
Bemboka advises against the use of bleach or benzoyl peroxide on any of our products. Fabric that comes into contact with bleach or benzoyl peroxide will be permanently discoloured, with bleach leaving a green hue, and peroxide an orange hue. Many facial and acne products contain benzoyl peroxide, which may discolour products. To properly care for your Bemboka products and take the necessary precautions to avoid permanent damage, check the labels of creams, cosmetics and toiletries before use.