Down jacket care guide
You can wash your down jacket with your usual machine.
Use 1/2 capful of detergent without fabric softener on a 20°C wool programme.
In order for your down jacket to retain its fluffiness during the wash, we recommend that you wash it with other clothes or put two clean tennis balls on, this allows the Primaloft to air out during the wash.
We advise you to do a single gentle spin cycle at a maximum of 600 rpm to avoid the agglomeration of the Primaloft and the formation of balls that are difficult to undo.
When you take your down jacket out of the washing machine, it is normal for it to be flattened, due to the passage of water.
It is during the drying phase that your down jacket will regain its down.
To aerate the filling and favorise its even distribution in the tube, we recommend drying in a tumble dryier with a synthetic program.
Add two tennis balls or a sufficient amount of clothing and do two or three drying cycles until the filling is completely dry and the insulation regain their swelling.
Do not hesitate to pat your down jacket between drying cycles to distribute everything evenly in the tube.
If you don't have a tumble dryer, dry your down jacket on a flat drying rack. Pat and turn the jacket regularly several times a day to avoid small packages in the sausages. However, it may take several days before regaining a generous loft. Check that the jacket is in the open air on both sides.
CAUTION: Never dry the jacket on a radiator.