Kids will be kids. Dirty hands, paint splatters, big imaginations.

That’s why the fabrics and yarns used to produce our garments are the very best – they are durable, comfortable, made to stand the test of time.

Caring for these garments, however, can be a bit of a minefield. To give you a helping hand, we’ve put together 5 top tips that we think will keep your child’s school uniform stays looking good as new, from the first day of term to when school is out for the summer.


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There’s no better reference than the garment labels. Always check this first before washing.


Pink TickAlways separate your washing into colours. No one wants their favourite white shirt turning pink.


Pink TickAvoid using fabric softeners, as these can break down the fibres within the garments.


Pink TickTo keep your whites looking brilliantly white, try using a washing detergent specifically for whites.


Pink TickTry to wash all your garments inside out, this will help stop wearing, stretching and bobbling.



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