All washing information is on the label on the inside of the clothing. Read it before washing or ironing. The clothes are rather difficult to soil (yes, also owing to the great fabric), but should that happen, clean them with a natural horsehair brush. Only if this fails, have them dry cleaned. They can be ironed at 150 degrees, preferably through a cotton cloth, but this is not necessary too often as the wool will straighten out on its own when… hung on a hanger (approx. 24-48 hours). The maintenance differs from other clothes due to the fully natural fabric making the dresses. This requires more time, but – given that the dress is difficult to crease or soil when worn – this effort certainly pays off. Owing to this the clothes will live for many, many years.