Care guide for Naulover garments

Care guide for Naulover garments

Naulover garments are made from high-quality materials. We recommend the garments be treated with care to maintain their original qualities.

Your Naulover garments will keep their original qualities and shape if these recommendations are followed:

Cashmere
Hand wash and iron at low temperature. Do not tumble dry.
Viscose
Wash very gently at low temperature. Do not tumble dry.
Wool
Machine wash very gently at low temperature. Do not tumble dry.
Rayon
Wash and iron at low temperature. Dry horizontally.
Cotton
Wash at 60 °C maximum. Iron at medium temperature. Do not tumble dry.
Polyester
Wash very gently and iron at low temperature.

Pilling occurs naturally, but can be reduced by avoiding excessive rubbing. Always follow the garment care instructions on the label.

Care guide for handbags and small leather goods

Care guide for handbags and small leather goods

NAULOVER bags and leather goods are made of various materials such as different varieties of leather, jacquard fabrics and canvas fabrics. To maintain their qualities, it’s important to avoid direct exposure to sources of light and heat. Keep them in their fabric covers to protect them.

Avoid excess contact with water, oily or greasy substances, cosmetics and perfumes. If your bag or wallet gets wet, remove excess moisture with a soft cloth without rubbing. Let dry at room temperature.

Changes in colour or texture can occur naturally with bags made of leather, suede or exotic hides and should not be considered a defect.

Sometimes, when a leather article undergoes a change, the article may transfer a small amount of colour, especially in humid environments. Please take note of this when wearing light-coloured garments, especially articles made with suede or suede-like leathers.

Since the brand stamp is engraved by hand, stamps may differ slightly from one bag to another depending on the type of leather the bag is made of.

On canvas and canvas-like fabrics the use of dyes, sometimes in bold colours, may cause a slight transfer of colour to lightly coloured garments. This should not be considered a defect. A finish is also generally applied to prevent this from happening, although it can happen on occasion.

Always follow the garment care instructions on the label.