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Cashmere is never affected by the properties of rain or water. The most important part is what method you apply after it gets wet. If you carelessly use wet cashmere’s goods, there are higher chances of them being damaged. For example, you walked on a rainy day wearing a cashmere sweater, completely soaked with rain, take it off and hang it on a hanger, it will expanse out of shape. Or if you wash it in cold water and rinse it through hot water, it will stretch out. You must be more careful when you are handling a wet cashmere sweater.

Imagine if a Mongolian goat with beautiful feather-like fur stuck in the middle of rain? There’s a huge possibility. They have no options rather than being wet. Point is when you are wearing your cashmere during rainy days, have a thought that it has already been wet before but never been harmed. The main factor is how you use it after being soaked up. Give it to professional dry cleaners or dry them in sun or heat placed in a flat surface. The best advice is to use an umbrella and never give them the chance to be in rain.

 

Cashmere is delicate material designed with unique propositions which allow them to be washable. Most of the cashmere sweaters are tagged with a guideline which suggest you can dry clean or wash it manually by bare hands. You can either use baby shampoo or Wool and cashmere shampoo (nontoxic and mild detergents) to clean them. The stain solution can be applied directly on collar and underarm to get rid of stains which are precisely formulated. To sustain your cashmere for a long time, its best to wash them with cold water, soak for 30 minutes and rinse it preventing them from shrinking and color fading.

NOTE: While dry-cleaning, you must determine adequate temperature, cycle and detergents to prevent them from damage.

Cashmere are the softest and nimblest wearing that feels warm and looks miraculous. It presents so delightful vibrant that you will be lost in its sensation of warmth. Cashmere are extracted from specific genetics of goat with compassionate hairs and tender like touch. It is usually expensive than other materials because of the way they are produced. A manufacturer needs four cashmere goats to produce and design a single cashmere sweater. There are soft fibers underlying beneath the long hairs of cashmere goats which are less in quantity. Pam Haendle (Cashmere goat farmer) explains “A single goat doesn’t produce much fibers and they are only harvested once a year. Initially, you consume six to eight ounces of raw fibers which are likely to be reduced as half during the inauguration of cashmere production.” Beside the production, there are limited quantity of cashmere fibers which factorize them to be more expensive.

Cashmere wool comes from cashmere goats living in an extremely cold climate on the high plateaus of the Gobi desert stretching between China, Mongolia, Pakistan and Afghanistan. The name Cashmere comes from the region of Kashmir, which is located in northern India, however very few goats lives here today.

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