It’s a huge advantage to have the entire production under one roof. We sit next to each other and can discuss with each other without needing intermediaries. It’s also good for the environment, both from a working perspective and for our nature.
Each seamstress markes the clothes that he or she sewed with their own nametag. You’ll find the tag next to the washing instructions. Take a look inside your Woolpower garment. Is it for example Martha, Rokaia or Eleonor who made yours? See all of us that workes in the factory.
Less washing needed
Woolpower’s garments don’t need to be washed so often as wool has naturally cleaning properties. Simply airing them out can be enough for them to feel fresh again. If you do want to wash them though, you can do so at 60 degrees. And use our gentle Woolcare detergent to extend the lifespan of your woollen clothes.
The best way to stay warm is to follow the layering principle. You can combine Woolpower’s clothes precisely as you want depending on what you plan to do. Are you going to move around a lot, or will you be standing still? How you dress will depend on the answer. You can also read some tips here on how to keep your feet, your lifelong shock absorbers, lovely and warm.