Adah is born out of a love for weaves, prints and dyes.
We make each garment with a lot of love & care and when we pass it on to you, we pass a piece of our heart.
For you to keep the piece fresh for a longer time and care for it in the best way possible for the garment & for the environment, here are a few tips:
• Hand wash your handloom, handlooms are delicate weaves and machines can loosen/displace these weaves. Dipping it in a bucket of water and gently rubbing and washing your handloom ensures longer life.
• Use mild detergent, make sure not to make your handloom face the wrath of chemical filled detergents.
• Direct sunlight is not required for these garments, just dry them in shade where there is a flow of wind which will easily dry these breezy cottons.
• Believe it or not, I don't need to iron my handlooms. I stretch the garment properly and dry them, fold them properly and put it in the cupboard which avoids wrinkles and ironing. Shirts do require ironing though and a low temperature iron pressure is enough. Mild steam iron also works perfectly fine.