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Cotton fiber comes from a cotton plant, which makes it a 100% natural material. Cotton is soft and pleasant to touch, yet it is very durable. To ensure your new macramé art lives a long a happy life, please follow these instructions on proper care and maintenance.


Hanging your Macrame

  • Cotton fiber macrame pieces are meant to be used indoors. If you plan on hanging your art outdoors, ensure you protect it from the sun and water exposure.

  • Keep the fibers away from an open flame (candles, fireplaces)

Cleaning Macrame


Dust/dirt accumulation

  • Spot clean with white, damp cloth using a mild detergent

  • Always use cold water to prevent shrinkage

  • Avoid any detergents with bleach

  • To dry, hang in a well ventilated area


Spilled coffee/wine

  • Clean while the stain is fresh

  • Run your item under the cold tap through the back of the stain for 3-5 minutes, and then rub the stain gently

  • Use mild detergent as needed


Look out for pests


Like any other natural fiber (for example, wool or silk) cotton can become a food source for various pests. To prevent this from happening, make sure to remove any dust at least once a month from your macrame by using a white damp cloth and duster.


Ironing and Steaming Macrame


You can iron or use a steamer on your macrame piece to remove any wrinkles caused by washing or shipping.

Brushing Fringes

Take care with the fringes. I recommend using a pet brush with the tiny metal teeth or a metal comb. Gently does it!

If you have any questions regarding your purchase with us, please do not hesitate to reach out via email

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