Cashmere Care Guide

Worlds Finest Cashmere

Our cashmere knitwear and accessories are designed and manufactured by us using only the finest, softest pure white grade A cashmere available.

Beautiful styles made from the finest yarns with great attention to detail, producing garments that if cared for correctly, will last for years to come and like a fine wine, improve with age.

This is where our garments differ from many inferior products found on the High Street.

Below is our specialist advice on how to care for your cashmere but if you are at all unsure and require further guidance please feel free to contact us by email, live chat or by phone on 01908 522455.

Even if the garment in question is not one of ours, as the cashmere specialists we will be pleased to help in any way we can.

Washing & Drying Cashmere

Hand washing your cashmere garments frequently will refresh and condition the fibres. Cashmere knitwear and pashmina may be washed by hand using a small amount of gentle detergent or ideally our Cashmere Centre specially formulated shampoo.

Soak in lukewarm water (30c) with shampoo added.

Turn inside out and squeeze clean gently, try rolling it if this helps - do not rub or wring.

Thoroughly rinse in lukewarm water.

Re-shape to its original size and dry flat over a towel away from direct heat and sunlight.

Press under a damp cloth on a low heat setting.

Always wash each garment separately, we find hand washing is preferable to other cleaning methods.

Cashmere Storage

Ideally, garments should be stored inside out and kept in a dust free and well-aired area away from direct sunlight.

Before storing for any length of time ensure your garment is washed well as dirt, dead skin or dust can attract moths and other insects.

As cashmere specialists, we have a range of storage solutions available such as garment covers, storage bags and non-slip hangers. See all of our cashmere storage and cashmere cleaning and care products.

Enquire now or call 01908 522455 for further advice.

Moths & Repairs

We are frequently contacted by customers who have suffered at the hands of moths!

We recommend using our aromatic cedar blocks, hangers, sachets and cedar oil to keep them at bay and to always ensure that any stored cashmere is washed well before putting it away.

If you have already been a victim of moths don’t despair as our repairs service means our cashmere technician can invisibly repair holes on your much-loved cashmere garment.

Example of a cashmere repair by the Cashmere Centre


Sometimes knitwear will shed some fibres during initial wear and softer fibres such as cashmere are more prone to this.

They work their way to the surface and appear as small balls, these pills will naturally disappear during the washing process.

Friction pilling may also occur when a garment, like a jacket, is worn on top of cashmere where the lining is a coarser material such as wool or synthetic fibre.

We recommend regular washing to minimise pilling.


Each of our beautifully soft pashmina is carefully handmade and dyed using traditional techniques.

The intricate tassels are twisted and knotted individually by our specialist technicians. Small imperfections are normal with handmade products and variations in colour occur due to the traditional method in which they are dyed.

Our classic pashmina is a sumptuous synergy of 'grade A' cashmere and silk, and all of our pashmina should improve and become softer with wear giving you years of pleasure.

We recommend the washing, drying and storage instructions above for all of your cashmere and pashmina.

Your pashmina will improve and become softer every time you wear it. 

Cashmere is a perfect heirloom piece, one of the finest fibres in the world and will give you years of pleasure if cared for correctly.

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