Patchwork Shawl XL GABIMODUS VIVENDI
XL patchwork scarf
- Handmade in Austria
- 100% italian Merinowool
Merino wool is a particularly high-quality form of wool. It is obtained from merino sheep and is characterized by its particular fineness and softness.
- Merino wool has excellent thermal regulation. It regulates the skin breathing and oxygen exchange as if by itself
- The natural structure of the wool fiber creates air spaces - the air can circulate and the skin can breathe, stimulating the metabolism. The moisture is very well transported away from the body.
- Merino wool can absorb moisture in about 1/3 of its own weight without feeling damp; for example, moisture is transported to the outside 7 times faster than cotton.
- Due to the animal protein fibers, germs and bacteria do not find a breeding ground and can not multiply.
- not scratchy on the skin
- insulates well against cold and also heat
- transports moisture
- can absorb up to one third of its dry weight in moisture
- cools by evaporative cooling at warm temperatures
- warms even when dampt
- does not absorb odors, therefore needs to be washed less often
- Retains the fit
- flame resistant
- has a natural sun protection factor of up to 50
- does not charge electrostatically
- Biologically degradable
- Wool wash cycle (hand wash program) at 30 °C
- Do not bleach
- Do not use fabric softener
- Do not tumble dry
Since merino wool prevents the adhesion of bacteria responsible for bad odors, merino clothing does not absorb odors as easily as clothing made of synthetic material. Therefore, in comparison, merino clothing does not need to be washed so often, usually airing is enough.
Care and washing merino wool
- Air garment
- Use wool detergent
- Wash in the wool program of the washing machine
- Wash with similar colors
- Pull into shape when wet.
- Iron at low temperature
- Do not use fabric softener or bleach
- Do not dry clean
- Do not tumble dry