CARE

Proper care and cleaning are important to ensure you enjoy your Schöffel clothing for a long time to come. Our care instructions will tell you how to wash and clean clothing made from materials such as softshell, GORE-TEX® or down. It is recommended to wash the clothing before wearing it for the first time. Please also take note of the care label inside your jacket, pants or shirt.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS DOWN

The durability of each item of clothing depends on proper care. For this reason please always follow the sewn-in care label. With the right care you will maintain the volume, and hence the warmth, of the down filling.

WASHING

Pay close attention to the sewn-in care label. Before washing close all zips, Velcro fastenings and press studs and turn the item inside out. If it is a (double) jacket with a detachable zip-in, this will have a separate care label.  If not otherwise stated, wash in the washing machine on a gentle wash at 30˚C, according to the label, with liquid detergent specifically for clothing with down filling (available in specialist sports shops). To avoid detergent residue, rinse until water is clear. Never use fabric softener. After washing, the garment can be spun briefly on the gentlest setting. Wash the garment with similar colours.

BLEACHING

Do not use bleach, use only mild detergent. When removing spots take care that the product does not contain any chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach.

TUMBLE DRYER

Please follow the sewn-in care label. The action of the tumble dryer when drying clothing with down filling puffs up the volume again. Add 2-3 tennis balls. This helps to loosen the down. During the drying cycle take the item of clothing out every now and then and carefully shake it. If the outer fabric is dry but the down is still damp and not yet fluffed up, extend the drying time a little, and add a damp cloth. Afterwards hang the jacket up to breathe for several hours.

DRY CLEANING

Please follow the sewn-in care label: Clothing with down filling must not be dry cleaned.

Tip:
It is better to care for the garment often with a little detergent than rarely with a lot of detergent.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS GORE-TEX®

The durability of each item of clothing depends on proper care. For this reason please always follow the sewn-in label. Regular care has a positive effect on the durability of the membrane.

WASHING

Pay close attention to the sewn-in care label. Before washing close all zips, Velcro fastenings and press studs and turn the item inside out. If it is a (double) jacket with a detachable zip-in, this will have a separate care label.  If not otherwise stated, wash in the washing machine on a gentle wash at 30˚C or 40˚C, according to the label, with liquid detergent specifically for membrane clothing (available in specialist sports shops). To avoid detergent residue, rinse until water is clear. Never use fabric softener. After washing, the garment can be spun briefly on the gentlest setting. Wash the garment with similar colours.

BLEACHING

Do not use bleach, use only mild detergent. When removing spots take care that the product does not contain any chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach.

TUMBLE DRYER

Please follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with Venturi membranes may not be dried in a tumble dryer, sometimes drying is allowed if the dryer is not too full and is set at a low temperature.

DRY CLEANING

Lease follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with membranes may not be dry cleaned, sometimes dry cleaning is allowed, according to the labelling.

IRONING

If necessary iron on the lowest setting. Place a cloth between the garment and the iron.

IMPREGNATION

Impregnation is one of the basic requirements for supporting the membrane’s function. Well impregnated clothing is dirt- and water-repellent and the membrane is also protected. When the outer fabric is drenched heat is lost, consequently good impregnation also protects against cold.

The outer fabric of the garment is impregnated by the manufacturer. This impregnation can be reactivated by heating the garment in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label). However, because the impregnation is not permanent, after around 2-3 washes the garment should be treated regularly with a suitable specialist (silicon-free) impregnation agent. But treat at the latest when water no longer drips off the outer fabric and the garment feels clammy.

Ideally you should use spray impregnation, because then you have complete control over the treatment. You can reactivate the water-repellent impregnating effect by supplying heat, for example with a hair dryer at a low temperature from around 10-15 cm away, or drying briefly in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label) on the lowest setting. In addition apply heat to the dry garment, impregnate it and then apply heat again.

Tip:
It is better to care for the garment often with a little detergent than rarely with a lot of detergent.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS VENTURI

The durability of each item of clothing depends on proper care. For this reason please always follow the sewn-in label. Regular care has a positive effect on the durability of the membrane.

WASHING

Pay close attention to the sewn-in care label. Before washing close all zips, Velcro fastenings and press studs and turn the item inside out. If it is a (double) jacket with a detachable zip-in, this will have a separate care label.  If not otherwise stated, wash in the washing machine on a gentle wash at 30˚C or 40˚C, according to the label, with liquid detergent specifically for membrane clothing (available in specialist sports shops). To avoid detergent residue, rinse until water is clear. Never use fabric softener. After washing, the garment can be spun briefly on the gentlest setting. Wash the garment with similar colours.

BLEACHING

Do not use bleach, use only mild detergent. When removing spots take care that the product does not contain any chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach.

TUMBLE DRYER

Please follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with Venturi membranes may not be dried in a tumble dryer, sometimes drying is allowed if the dryer is not too full and is set at a low temperature.

DRY CLEANING

Lease follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with membranes may not be dry cleaned, sometimes dry cleaning is allowed, according to the labelling.

IRONING

If necessary iron on the lowest setting. Place a cloth between the garment and the iron.

IMPREGNATION

Impregnation is one of the basic requirements for supporting the membrane’s function. Well impregnated clothing is dirt- and water-repellent and the membrane is also protected. When the outer fabric is drenched heat is lost, consequently good impregnation also protects against cold.

The outer fabric of the garment is impregnated by the manufacturer. This impregnation can be reactivated by heating the garment in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label). However, because the impregnation is not permanent, after around 2-3 washes the garment should be treated regularly with a suitable specialist (silicon-free) impregnation agent. But treat at the latest when water no longer drips off the outer fabric and the garment feels clammy.

Ideally you should use spray impregnation, because then you have complete control over the treatment. You can reactivate the water-repellent impregnating effect by supplying heat, for example with a hair dryer at a low temperature from around 10-15 cm away, or drying briefly in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label) on the lowest setting. In addition apply heat to the dry garment, impregnate it and then apply heat again.

Tip:
It is better to care for the garment often with a little detergent than rarely with a lot of detergent.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS VENTURI SOFT SHELL

The durability of each item of clothing depends on proper care. For this reason please always follow the sewn-in label. Regular care has a positive effect on the durability of the membrane.

WASHING

Pay close attention to the sewn-in care label. Before washing close all zips, Velcro fastenings and press studs and turn the item inside out. If it is a (double) jacket with a detachable zip-in, this will have a separate care label.  If not otherwise stated, wash in the washing machine on a gentle wash at 30˚C or 40˚C, according to the label, with liquid detergent specifically for membrane clothing (available in specialist sports shops). To avoid detergent residue, rinse until water is clear. Never use fabric softener. After washing, the garment can be spun briefly on the gentlest setting. Wash the garment with similar colours.

BLEACHING

Do not use bleach, use only mild detergent. When removing spots take care that the product does not contain any chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach.

TUMBLE DRYER

Please follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with Venturi membranes may not be dried in a tumble dryer, sometimes drying is allowed if the dryer is not too full and is set at a low temperature.

DRY CLEANING

Lease follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with membranes may not be dry cleaned, sometimes dry cleaning is allowed, according to the labelling.

IRONING

If necessary iron on the lowest setting. Place a cloth between the garment and the iron.

IMPREGNATION

Impregnation is one of the basic requirements for supporting the membrane’s function. Well impregnated clothing is dirt- and water-repellent and the membrane is also protected. When the outer fabric is drenched heat is lost, consequently good impregnation also protects against cold.

The outer fabric of the garment is impregnated by the manufacturer. This impregnation can be reactivated by heating the garment in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label). However, because the impregnation is not permanent, after around 2-3 washes the garment should be treated regularly with a suitable specialist (silicon-free) impregnation agent. But treat at the latest when water no longer drips off the outer fabric and the garment feels clammy.

Ideally you should use spray impregnation, because then you have complete control over the treatment. You can reactivate the water-repellent impregnating effect by supplying heat, for example with a hair dryer at a low temperature from around 10-15 cm away, or drying briefly in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label) on the lowest setting. In addition apply heat to the dry garment, impregnate it and then apply heat again.

Tip:
It is better to care for the garment often with a little detergent than rarely with a lot of detergent.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS VENTURI VENTBREAK

The durability of each item of clothing depends on proper care. For this reason please always follow the sewn-in label. Regular care has a positive effect on the durability of the membrane.

WASHING

Pay close attention to the sewn-in care label. Before washing close all zips, Velcro fastenings and press studs and turn the item inside out. If it is a (double) jacket with a detachable zip-in, this will have a separate care label.  If not otherwise stated, wash in the washing machine on a gentle wash at 30˚C or 40˚C, according to the label, with liquid detergent specifically for membrane clothing (available in specialist sports shops). To avoid detergent residue, rinse until water is clear. Never use fabric softener. After washing, the garment can be spun briefly on the gentlest setting. Wash the garment with similar colours.

BLEACHING

Do not use bleach, use only mild detergent. When removing spots take care that the product does not contain any chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach.

TUMBLE DRYER

Please follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with Venturi membranes may not be dried in a tumble dryer, sometimes drying is allowed if the dryer is not too full and is set at a low temperature.

DRY CLEANING

Lease follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with membranes may not be dry cleaned, sometimes dry cleaning is allowed, according to the labelling.

IRONING

If necessary iron on the lowest setting. Place a cloth between the garment and the iron.

IMPREGNATION

Impregnation is one of the basic requirements for supporting the membrane’s function. Well impregnated clothing is dirt- and water-repellent and the membrane is also protected. When the outer fabric is drenched heat is lost, consequently good impregnation also protects against cold.

The outer fabric of the garment is impregnated by the manufacturer. This impregnation can be reactivated by heating the garment in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label). However, because the impregnation is not permanent, after around 2-3 washes the garment should be treated regularly with a suitable specialist (silicon-free) impregnation agent. But treat at the latest when water no longer drips off the outer fabric and the garment feels clammy.

Ideally you should use spray impregnation, because then you have complete control over the treatment. You can reactivate the water-repellent impregnating effect by supplying heat, for example with a hair dryer at a low temperature from around 10-15 cm away, or drying briefly in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label) on the lowest setting. In addition apply heat to the dry garment, impregnate it and then apply heat again.

Tip:
It is better to care for the garment often with a little detergent than rarely with a lot of detergent.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS WINDSTOPPER®

The durability of each item of clothing depends on proper care. For this reason please always follow the sewn-in label. Regular care has a positive effect on the durability of the membrane.

WASHING

Pay close attention to the sewn-in care label. Before washing close all zips, Velcro fastenings and press studs and turn the item inside out. If it is a (double) jacket with a detachable zip-in, this will have a separate care label.  If not otherwise stated, wash in the washing machine on a gentle wash at 30˚C or 40˚C, according to the label, with liquid detergent specifically for membrane clothing (available in specialist sports shops). To avoid detergent residue, rinse until water is clear. Never use fabric softener. After washing, the garment can be spun briefly on the gentlest setting. Wash the garment with similar colours.

BLEACHING

Do not use bleach, use only mild detergent. When removing spots take care that the product does not contain any chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach.

TUMBLE DRYER

Please follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with Venturi membranes may not be dried in a tumble dryer, sometimes drying is allowed if the dryer is not too full and is set at a low temperature.

DRY CLEANING

Lease follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with membranes may not be dry cleaned, sometimes dry cleaning is allowed, according to the labelling.

IRONING

If necessary iron on the lowest setting. Place a cloth between the garment and the iron.

IMPREGNATION

Impregnation is one of the basic requirements for supporting the membrane’s function. Well impregnated clothing is dirt- and water-repellent and the membrane is also protected. When the outer fabric is drenched heat is lost, consequently good impregnation also protects against cold.

The outer fabric of the garment is impregnated by the manufacturer. This impregnation can be reactivated by heating the garment in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label). However, because the impregnation is not permanent, after around 2-3 washes the garment should be treated regularly with a suitable specialist (silicon-free) impregnation agent. But treat at the latest when water no longer drips off the outer fabric and the garment feels clammy.

Ideally you should use spray impregnation, because then you have complete control over the treatment. You can reactivate the water-repellent impregnating effect by supplying heat, for example with a hair dryer at a low temperature from around 10-15 cm away, or drying briefly in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label) on the lowest setting. In addition apply heat to the dry garment, impregnate it and then apply heat again.

Tip:
It is better to care for the garment often with a little detergent than rarely with a lot of detergent.

WINDSTOPPER® SOFTSHELL CARE INSTRUCTIONS

The durability of each item of clothing depends on proper care. For this reason please always follow the sewn-in label. Regular care has a positive effect on the durability of the membrane.

WASHING

Pay close attention to the sewn-in care label. Before washing close all zips, Velcro fastenings and press studs and turn the item inside out. If it is a (double) jacket with a detachable zip-in, this will have a separate care label.  If not otherwise stated, wash in the washing machine on a gentle wash at 30˚C or 40˚C, according to the label, with liquid detergent specifically for membrane clothing (available in specialist sports shops). To avoid detergent residue, rinse until water is clear. Never use fabric softener. After washing, the garment can be spun briefly on the gentlest setting. Wash the garment with similar colours.

BLEACHING

Do not use bleach, use only mild detergent. When removing spots take care that the product does not contain any chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach.

TUMBLE DRYER

Please follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with Venturi membranes may not be dried in a tumble dryer, sometimes drying is allowed if the dryer is not too full and is set at a low temperature.

DRY CLEANING

Lease follow the sewn-in care label: sometimes clothing with membranes may not be dry cleaned, sometimes dry cleaning is allowed, according to the labelling.

IRONING

If necessary iron on the lowest setting. Place a cloth between the garment and the iron.

IMPREGNATION

Impregnation is one of the basic requirements for supporting the membrane’s function. Well impregnated clothing is dirt- and water-repellent and the membrane is also protected. When the outer fabric is drenched heat is lost, consequently good impregnation also protects against cold.

The outer fabric of the garment is impregnated by the manufacturer. This impregnation can be reactivated by heating the garment in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label). However, because the impregnation is not permanent, after around 2-3 washes the garment should be treated regularly with a suitable specialist (silicon-free) impregnation agent. But treat at the latest when water no longer drips off the outer fabric and the garment feels clammy.

Ideally you should use spray impregnation, because then you have complete control over the treatment. You can reactivate the water-repellent impregnating effect by supplying heat, for example with a hair dryer at a low temperature from around 10-15 cm away, or drying briefly in the tumble dryer (if allowed according to the label) on the lowest setting. In addition apply heat to the dry garment, impregnate it and then apply heat again.

Tip:
It is better to care for the garment often with a little detergent than rarely with a lot of detergent.

The durability of each item of clothing depends on proper care. For this reason please always follow the sewn-in label.

WASHING

Pay close attention to the sewn-in care label. Before washing close all zips, Velcro fastenings and press studs and turn the item inside out. If it is a (double) jacket with a detachable zip-in, this will have a separate care label.  If not otherwise stated, wash in the washing machine on a gentle wash at 30?C, according to the label, with liquid detergent specifically for membrane clothing (available in specialist sports shops). To avoid detergent residue, rinse until water is clear. Never use fabric softener. After washing, the garment can be spun briefly on the gentlest setting. Wash the garment with similar colours.

BLEACHING

Do not use bleach, use only mild detergent. When removing spots take care that the product does not contain any chlorine bleach or oxygen bleach.

Tip:
It is better to care for the garment often with a little detergent than rarely with a lot of detergent.

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