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Silk Care Guide

With its pure elegance, silk offers an unmatched texture for wearing. It's cool in summer and warm in winter, providing comfort throughout the seasons.

Our silk shampoo is designed to elevate and preserve the beauty of silk fiber. Colors stay vibrant, and silk remains soft, ensuring a luxurious look and feel.

To maintain the brilliance of silk, extra care is essential. Our silk shampoo is created to help silk retain its bright colors. Completely biodegradable, free from harmful chemicals and lipid-replenishers, our formula safeguards silk during washing. It prevents damage, ensuring the fabric remains smooth without roughening.

We recommend either a very good dry cleaner capable of dealing with pure silk and guaranteeing the outcome or you may wish to wash the item yourself by following these guidelines:


Hand wash:

Use Hartlino silk shampoo with enough water for the item to move freely. Gently wash, rinse well, squeeze, but don’t wring. A quick wash is usually enough.

To remove excess water, place the wet garment on a white cotton towel. Fold the towel over and gently blot. Then, using a padded hanger, hang the shirt or blouse over the bathtub to drip dry

Dosage: 1 capful (10ml) for 5 l of water.

Machine wash:

Select a program for colors with gentle spin at 30°C adding our silk shampoo to your machine. Please wash lightly and brightly colored items separately.  

Dosage: 2 capfuls (20ml).

For stains on new silk clothes, wash them until the colors don't bleed anymore. Apply pure shampoo on the stain for about 10 minutes, then wash the garment as usual. If you're dealing with stains on silk items where the colors no longer bleed after a few washes, put pure shampoo on the stain for 15 minutes, then wash. 

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2. DRY

Hang dry using a padded hanger, and hang the shirt or blouse over the bathtub to drip dry. Do not dry near heat or direct sun.


To get the best results, iron while still damp as the fabric stretches better. Be careful around seams, openings, buttonholes, and pockets to avoid pressing through to the material underneath. Allow it to dry completely before storing.


Silk is a delicate fabric that is easily stretched and worn down. To preserve its quality, avoid overcrowding your closet. Choose sturdy wooden hangers instead of thin wire ones when hanging silk blouses and dresses. This helps maintain their natural shape over time.