Clothing Wash Care


At Brewed we take great pride in creating quality products for you. Taking proper care of your clothing helps ensure longevity and maintains their appearance. Here are general wash care instructions for:

100% cotton T-shirts:

Read the Care Label: Always check the care label on your t-shirt for specific instructions provided.
Separate Colors: Although our fabric is pre-washed to check colour fastness, we recommend  washing dark and light-colored t-shirts separately to prevent colors from accidentally bleeding onto each other.
Turn Inside Out: Turn your cotton t-shirts inside out before washing. This helps minimize friction and prevent excessive fading or pilling on the outer surface.
Use Luke Warm Water: Wash your cotton t-shirts in water with temperatures less than 40 deg celcius, to prevent shrinkage and color fading. Luke warm / cold water is generally gentler on the fabric.
Mild Detergent: Use a mild detergent to avoid harsh chemicals that can damage the cotton fibers. Also, avoid using too much detergent, as it can leave residues on the fabric.
Gentle Cycle: Wash your cotton t-shirts on a gentle cycle, especially if your washing machine has the option. This reduces the stress on the fabric.
NO Bleach: Do not use bleach on colored cotton t-shirts, as it can cause fading and weaken the fabric. For whites, use a non-chlorine bleach if necessary.
Skip Fabric Softeners: Fabric softeners can break down the fibers of cotton over time, so it's generally recommended to skip them when washing cotton garments.
Hang to Dry: Air-dry your cotton t-shirts by hanging them on a clothesline or laying them flat on a clean, dry surface. This helps maintain their shape and prevents shrinkage. Avoid direct sunlight to prevent color fading.
Iron with Care: If ironing is necessary, use a medium to high setting (appropriate for cotton) and iron the t-shirt inside out to protect the outer surface. Steam can also be used to remove wrinkles. DO NOT iron on print.
Store Properly: Fold your cotton t-shirts neatly and store them in a cool, dry place. Avoid hanging them for extended periods, as this can cause stretching.

Please note that these are general guidelines, and it's always a good idea to follow any specific care instructions provided by the manufacturer.