SA Health Mask wearing and caring Guidelines :
If your cloth mask becomes damp you must remove it, put on a fresh one and put the used one in a plastic bag for washing at the end of the day.
CLEANING YOUR MASK
Cloth masks can be washed in the washing machine with other clothes, or hand-washed using soap and the warmest appropriate water setting for the cloth. Dry the cloth mask in the clothes dryer or in fresh air before you re-use it. Clean your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub (made up of over 60% alcohol or 70% isopropanol) after handling used face masks.
Source : sahealth.sa.gov.au/covidmasks
Evolved from nature, Tani creates luxury collections of wardrobe essentials utilising high quality, sustainable premium bio-based fabric. Tani strive to set a new standard in outerwear and underwear. The fabric is crafted from Austrian Beechwood and provides an impeccable silk touch. Simply put, Tani feels and fits effortlessly.
Tani are strong advocates for the Slow Fashion Movement. Despite the luxurious feel of the garments, they are made with high durability to guarantee long lasting wear. This means that even after repeated washes, the fabric will retain its colour and unmistakable softness, so you can keep experiencing that Tani touch wear after wear.
By deciding to wear Tani, you’re making a conscious step towards a more sustainable and comfortable lifestyle.
CARING for your TANI:
1. Wash as infrequently as possible, the antimicrobial properties of the fabric should reduce the need to wash after every wear - try airing your Tani.
2. Cold wash
For an energy efficient wash, choose a cold cycle to reduce your carbon footprint. Cold cycles also help to keep the colour rich and are less likely to shrink your garments.
3. Avoid dryers
Over drying can cause Micro Modal Air fibres to become brittle.
4. Do NOT dry clean/bleach
Chemicals in the dry cleaning process can weaken the Micro Modal Air fibres, we advise to avoid dry cleaning
TENCEL™ Modal fibers are extracted from naturally grown beech wood by an environmentally responsible integrated pulp-to-fiber process, which is self-sufficient in energy and recovers co-products from component parts of the wood. This flexible fiber is renowned for its exceptional softness.
Composed of natural material, all TENCEL™ standard Modal fibers are biodegradable and compostable under industrial, home, soil and marine conditions, thus they can fully revert back to nature.
Exhibiting high flexibility, TENCEL™ Modal wood-based fibers offer textiles a long-lasting quality of exquisite softness. Owing to the fiber’s sleek cross-section, TENCEL™ Modal fibers enhance the soft touch of fabrics even after repeated washing. Measurements and hand evaluations of softness show that TENCEL™ Modal fibers feel twice as soft as cotton. The softness of TENCEL™ Modal fibers lasts longer and is able to withstand repeated wash and dry cycles compared to cotton.