Ordinary washers and dryers can be used for easy care. Hand or machine wash in cold water with mild detergent is recommended. Washing at a high temperature causes microfiber to expand, releasing trapped dirt and micro-particles. If you consider hand washing, use a soft, bristled brush if necessary and rinse thoroughly.
Air dry is best for drying as microfiber dries relatively quickly. However, if you plan to use the dryer, set it on low heat or no heat. This setting uses less quantity of water for laundering, less percentage of chemicals and consumes less energy for drying. Besides this, it is preshrunk to avoid any shrinkage after washing.