Dear UK Customers

Due to the still unknown trade terms with the UK from January 1st, SUNWILL unfortunately has to hold back orders received from December 29th and until further notice from the UK and our Freight forwarder.

We hope to have the new set up ready for easy sending and handling of orders to the UK from January 11th 2021. We will keep you updated.

We are extremely sorry for the delay and inconvenience this may cause, but our aim is to get as smooth a transition as possible for our customers.

In order to ensure that your Sunwill trousers stay looking good for as long as possible, it's important that you follow the washing instructions in the garment. Below is a summary of the different symbols and what they mean.

Because your Sunwill trousers can contain surplus dye, we recommend that you wash your trousers inside-out and separately the first time.

Please show consideration for the environment by thinking about how often you wash your trousers. Don't wash them too often – an individual stain can often be easily removed without the trousers needing to be completely washed.

Furthermore, reducing the temperature of the wash can have a major influence on the environment, without it being noticed in the clothes. Clothes can definitely be washed at lower temperatures than those given in the washing instructions – this simply indicates the maximum washing temperature.

If you would like more tips on environmentally-friendly washing as well as more detailed explanations of the washing symbols, you can visit www.clevercare.info.


Explanation of Symbols

r

30°C very mild process (wool wash cycle): Articles made, e.g. of machine-washable wool. This washing cycle ensures a much reduced mechanical treatment. The drum should be not more than a third full.

e

30°C mild process: The drum should be not more than half full. Avoid spinning or spin for short periods only to minimise the risk of creasing.

w

30°C coloured wash (normal process): Washing cycle, e.g. for dark coloured articles in cotton, polyester, mixed fabrics etc.

q

40°C very mild process (wool wash cycle): For articles e.g. in machine-washable wool. This washing cycle uses a much reduced mechanical treatment. Reduce the load of laundry substantially. The drum should be not more than a third full.

9

40°C mild process: Fine laundry, e.g. in modal, viscose, synthetic fibres (polyacryl, polyester and polyamide). Reduce the laundry load by half. Pre-wash only heavily soiled textiles. Avoid spinning or only spin for short periods to minimise the risk of creasing.

8

40°C coloured wash (normal process): Washing cycle e.g. for dark coloured articles made of cotton, polyester, mixed fabrics etc.

z

Do not wash: Articles marked in this way must not be washed.

o

Do not bleach.

s

Mild drying process: Caution is appropriate when tumble drying. Select mild process withreduced action (temperature 60°C, duration of treatment).

a

Normal drying process: Drying in the tumbler is possible under normal load and temperature (80°C) without limitations.

d

Do not tumble dry: Articles unsuitable for drying in the tumbler.

f

Line drying.

h

Flat drying.

g

Drip line drying.

n

Iron at low temperature: Iron at maximal sole plate temperature of 110°C. Corresponding to the polyacryl, polyamide (nylon), acetate setting. If necessary, shiny - or pressure - sensitive pieces should be ironed inside out. Do not use steam.

b

Iron at moderate temperature. Iron at maximal sole plate temperature of 150°C. Corresponding to the wool / silk / polyester / viscose setting. A steam iron can be used. Avoid heavy pressure.

m

Do not iron: Irreversible changes must be expected if an iron is used.

W

Professional dry cleaning in: Tetrachloroethene and / or Hydrocarbons. Normal cleaning process with no restrictions.

U

Do not dry clean: No professional dry cleaning allowed. Do not use stain removers which contain solvents.

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