Care Instructions

Keep your wares looking and working their best!

Let's break it down: the ins and outs of washing.

All of our mitts, pot holders, and bowl cozies are crafted from 100% cotton. If you've ever accidentally turned your favorite cotton shirt into a toddler's size in the wash, you’ll get why we're all about handling these items with a bit of TLC. They're machine washable, but keep it cool or warm. When it comes to drying, low heat or air dry is the way to go. A slight shrinkage (up to 3%) is normal because the insulation batting hasn't had a pre-wash. When they come out of the dryer, a little reshaping might be in order. Easy peasy, right?

Glass tumblers - Hand wash only. We understand the convenience of dishwashers, but for these, it's a delicate matter. The frosted finish can take a hit and chip under dishwasher conditions, and we'd hate to see that happen. Also, steer clear of hot liquids and the microwave.

  • LIDS - After a good wash, let those lids air dry. When in storage, place the lid loosely on top of the glass. This allows for better air circulation and preserves the wood. They are made of bamboo and can soak up a lot of moisture. Trust me, no one wants a moldy surprise on their favorite glass.

Spoons - Stick to the golden rule: hand wash and let them air dry.

 

🔥 Cracking the Heat Code: Let's Talk Specifics!

Our mitts are heat-resistant, not fireproof – being cotton, they can burn. Please, don’t leave them in the oven or on top of a hot stove.

🍳Skillet Mitts - Heads-up for some added caution – it's a win-win for both of us! It’s okay to leave on the handle for low-heat cooking, but never unattended. Crafted from cotton, they're not fire-friendly, especially with gas stoves. Slide them on and off as needed, and if the flame is high, remove them. Safety first!