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Pashmina Product Care.


Ideally, Pashmina should always be dry cleaned using organic solvents. It not only removes soil and stains from the fabric; but also maintains the shape, color, look of the garment. If that isn’t an option, use cold water to hand-wash your Pashmina in a separate container/bucket/sink. You may add a mild detergent such as baby shampoo, and make sure that it fully dissolves in water before you soak your garment in it. Later wash the Pashmina accessory softly while being extra careful of the hand-woven trusses.

To dry a Pashmina scarf, hang it out in shade, away from strong wind and let it dry-out slowly. Bigger/heavier garments can be kept it in a towel and rolled in to drench extra water before drying

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Store your Pashmina in a muslin cloth to avoid the development of lint or short fibers that separate the surface of cloth or yarn. Fold it neatly inside out in moth-proof stuff. Keep the Pashmina in a drawer or storage box with dried Azadirachta indica or Indian Lilac sachets or lavender sachets to repel moths. If you want to store your cashmere over a longer seasonal period, you can also consider getting plastic zip storage bags so that moths can’t penetrate it.

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First, as much dust as possible is removed from the carpets, by putting them through a special carpet duster. Then the carpets are washed by hand, and depending on the type, completely submersed and soaked in water. Depending on material and condition, all carpets are cleaned using different products. The carpets are then rinsed carefully front and back. After this thorough cleaning, the carpets are put through a special roller wringer, which gives them a final rinse and removes as much water as possible, in order to facilitate the drying process. The carpets are then hung to dry in a warehouse drying room.

All the products are work of art and are entirely hand-made handcrafted product of Kashmir, India that has been painstakingly created using the finest handpicked natural fibers and dyes.

As you are already aware that this is indeed a lifetime purchase, nonetheless it is in your hands to ensure that it is certainly so and can thus become a treasured and precious part of your family heirloom that can be cherished for years to come. Read More Details Here

How to store your rugs and carpets in 5 easy steps?

Deep clean your rug or carpet
Use moth and pest repellant
Roll up the rug or carpet
Wrap your rug or carpet so the shape wont be damaged
Store the rug or carpet vertically


How to maintain wooden handicraft products?

Dust regularly with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or will damage the wood. Once a month, use a wood polish or wax to clean and protect the finish. Linseed oil, Coconut oil or any good wood polish available in the market can be used on our products.


How to maintain paper mache products ?

Keep your artifacts in dry conditions away from sunlight. Ideally, paper mache should only be dusted and care taken to not rub off the paint. Never use water to clean your trays, especially black or red trays. This can cause the white cloudy areas that we sometime see on vintage trays. If your tray gets dirty, clean it with cotton wool dipped in soapy water. When dried, polish your tray with micro crystalline wax. This will protect it and give it a lustrous finish. After each use wipe it with a dry cloth. Don’t’ ever rinse or immerse your paper mache antiques in water.


How to maintain metal products like brass, copper, white metal etc?

Regular dusting with dry cloth is highly recommended. If the products are getting black due to oxidation, a simple homemade cleaner to banish tarnish can be made by combining lemon juice with baking soda and stirring until mixed completely. Once mixed, apply to the surface and buff in a circular motion using a soft and clean cloth. Rinse and dry once done. Nowadays lot of good quality metal cleaners like Brasso and Dara are easily available in local markets.