The washtub symbol indicates if your garment is suitable for washing. The recommended washing temperature is shown by the number inside the washtub. The amount of agitation is specified by bars underneath.
A washtub with no bar will use the maximum action with a normal spin. The number in the tub is the maximum temperature, for example 40°.
A washtub with a single bar (one bar) indicates a mild washing process. The machine will wash with a medium machine action and mild spin. The number in the tub is the maximum temperature, for example 40°.
A washtub with a double bars (two bars) indicates a very mild washing process and spin. The number in the tub is the maximum temperature, for example 40°.
Hand wash only as your clothes are too delicate to machine wash. The temperature is to be a maximum of 40°.
Do not wash.
Do not use bleach.
Only oxygen/non-chlorine bleach allowed.
Any bleaching agent allowed.
A box with a circle inside represent tumble drying.
Tumble dry possible at normal temperature.
Tumble dry possible at low heat.
Do not tumble dry.
Hot iron. Maximum temperature 200°C.
Warm iron. Maximum temperature 150°C.
Cool iron. Maximum temperature 110°C.
Do not iron.
The garment may be professionally dry cleaned. The P represents perchloroethylene solvent.
The garment may be professionally dry cleaned. The P represents perchloroethylene solvent. The single bar indicates a milder process.
The garment may be professionally dry cleaned. The F represents hydrocarbon solvents, which is a more environmentally friendly and mild process.
The garment may be professionally dry cleaned. The F represents hydrocarbon solvents, which is a more environmentally friendly and mild process. The single bar indicates a milder process.
Always read the care label and washing instructions before washing your clothes.
Arrange your laundry into groups with similar wash care instructions and organise into whites, darks and colours.
The care label washing temperature is the highest permitted temperature. But if you are unsure, always wash at a lower temperature rather than higher.
Rinse swimwear immediately after use and do not wring.
Turn garment inside out before washing.
Avoid using too much detergent.
Do not use fabric detergents which contain bleach.
Do not tumble dry garment unless indicated on the care label.
Do not iron prints, trims or embellishments.
Do not leave garments with white and contrast coloured panels soaking for prolonged periods.
Garments with metal trims should not be left to soak.
We recommend treating suede & nubuck with an appropriate protector before wear. A suede brush will help to keep the nap raised & the suede looking new.
If your shoes get wet, stuff them with newspaper and dry naturally, away from a direct heat source. This will prevent the outer materials drying out and cracking.
Unless otherwise stated, trainers and canvas shoes should not go in the washing machine. If they get dirty, let them dry and remove the excess dirt with a clean bush or cloth.
For heeled products, check top pieces (heel tips) regularly & when they start to wear down take them to a good shoe repair shop and have them replaced to avoid slipping or causing further damage to your shoes.
When purchasing leather products from ASOS please remember that it is a natural product & some variations between pairs in terms of colour and finishes may occur.