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Take Care of Your Clothes

  1. Spot clean whenever possible to reduce unnecessary washing.
  2. Opt for cold water settings to conserve energy and preserve fabric.
  3. Hang your clothes to dry, benefiting both their longevity and the environment.
  1. Wash in cold water with similar colors, inside out.
  2. Avoid heat exposure to prevent shrinking; consider sizing up if using a dryer.
  3. After washing, reshape the garment and hang it to dry for maintaining its shape.
  1. Hand or machine wash in cold water.
  2. You can use a low tumble setting in the dryer to soften the linen instead of hanging it to dry, preventing stiffness.
  3. If you desire a pressed look, use an iron on medium heat with steam or garment steamers while the linen is damp from washing.

1. Machine-wash your garments inside out on the cold cycle.

2. Dry on a low heat setting in the dryer or line-dry for best results.

  • Brand:

    Good for Sunday

  • Collection:

    Good for Sunday

  • About the brand:

    Good for Sunday products are 100% made on Canadian soil, under socially conscious manufacturing practices. Good for Sunday has partnered with a family-owned apparel manufacturer that mills, dyes, cuts, and sews every garment in Toronto, Ontario. The label manufacturer is one of the last remaining in Canada. Both suppliers are committed to staying in Canada while most other manufacturers have moved overseas to exploit cheap labour. Being environmentally conscious is an inherent part of their business model. The production facilities use state-of-the-art knitting machines to reduce energy consumption, our dye house uses only nontoxic materials, and our cutting and sewing department recycles upwards of 50% of it's textile waste.