The “Delicate” Cycle Isn’t So Delicate. We want your new Krimson Klover items to look good for as long as possible, so that you can look good wearing them for as long as possible. Please consider these care instructions:
Wool is a natural fiber containing lanolin, which is naturally anti-microbial and stain resistant. You only need to wash your wool items when they are visibly soiled. Unless your aim is to cloak your Chihuahua in Krimson Klover, please keep your garments out of the dryer. The heat will turn them into tiny versions of their once perfectly fitting selves.
We do not recommend using the “delicate” or “hand wash” cycles on your washing machine. We’ve experimented—and ruined plenty of sweaters. Some of our garments use special knit and design techniques that may cause them to stretch/shrink if submerged in water. For best results, we suggest purchasing Dryel to clean your favorite wool items, or dry cleaning.
All garments can stretch when hung. To retain the shape of your garments, fold sweaters and dresses and store them in moth-proof containers during the off season.
To fix snags: Lightly stretch the garment around the snag to decrease any puckering. Gently pull any loose yarn through to the inside of the garment. Never cut the yarn, as this will create a hole.
To fix pilling: A sweater shaver will remove pilling caused by friction (like seat belts, purses & arms!).
*Easy Care -- When you see this icon, this garment is machine washable. We always recommend washing in cold/cool water and to lay your garments flat to dry.
Please note, we gladly accept returns of unworn, unwashed, undamaged or defective merchandise purchased from the website. All returns must be postmarked within 10 days of receiving the product for full credit (excluding shipping).
Any returns postmarked after 10 days will receive Krimson Klover store credit via an emailed gift card. If you have any questions or concerns, please reply to this email, contact a customer service team member at email@example.com or call us at (303) 416-4313.