SO WHAT WE CAN'T DO
Not everything we are able to up cycling, we do not work on artificial fibers, as well as we do not work on wool, velour’s, polyamide, polyester, nylon. We rework products made of fibers such as cotton, linen, viscose. That's why we want to show you what's going on how badly you point out the type of fiber your clothes are made of.
Remember! check the percentage scomposition of your product, this information can be found on the CARE LABEL.
(If you do not know the meaning of some words, check the FAQ / frequently asked question, there you will find the answer if not, then write to us, we will gladly explain)
Why not polyester, polyamide, nylon?
Polyester, polyamide, nylon we are not able to dye because each of these fibers behaves in an unpredictable way so we do not want to expose you to paying for something that we know in advance that we are not able to do. Side effects that arise are the of the product, the crease of the material, as well as the product will not dye as it wanted. Check out our HAZARDS to see how unnatural fibres behave.
Why not wool, velour?
In The interior, velours are fibers that we are not able to trust in the finished product, these fibers require finishing which is only able to be done by the manufacturer in so-called rolls, in special machines specially prepared for these fibers.
Why not locks, applications, sequins, corals?
If your clothing has these types of elements, then there is a very high probability that the locks will not disassemble, will cause damage to the garments, applications will damage, deform, sequins will deform will fall off, and the corals will take off. Many of these elements were already sewn on the finished product for the purpose of so-called hand washing not intended for washing in a washing machine