Quality has been at the heart of Molli's values for 130 years, thanks to a rigorous selection of extra-fine materials such as pure virgin wool and pure combed cotton.

To preserve the softness and longevity of Molli knitwear, it must be cared for properly, with a preference for gentle washing. It is important to always refer to the instructions on the composition and care labels.



In order to keep all the beauty of Molli's models when washing, it is recommended to turn them inside out in order to avoid knitwear snagging or damaging the supplies. For machine washing, it is necessary to use a washing bag.


In order to protect the fineness, suppleness and length of the fibers of Molli pure new wool, the knitwear should be washed by hand in cold water. It is necessary to use a special wool detergent with a neutral pH, which will preserve all its natural properties.

Do not use fabric softener, bleach or soak the models as this will damage the fibers. Then rinse several times with clear water and wring out the models very gently so as not to twist or deform them.

Some Molli models are particularly openwork and therefore fragile.

In this case, a dry cleaning is necessary to keep the quality of these pieces.

It is therefore important to refer to the instructions on the composition label.



In order to keep the fineness and the length of the fibers of the Molli pure combed cotton, the knitted fabrics are to be washed in machine in delicate program at 30° maximum (only the washings of the diapers, the bodies and the t-shirts of the line birth can be washed at 40°). Do not use fabric softener or bleach, and prefer a low spin cycle to avoid twisting or deforming the models.



In order to keep their shape and appearance, all Molli models must be dried flat on a towel. Drying in a dryer is not allowed, nor is hanging them on a hanger, as this would distort them. Direct heat sources are also not permitted, as they can damage the fineness and length of the fibers. Drying in the sun is also not recommended as it can cause yellowing.


Molli knitwear should be ironed on the reverse side to avoid damaging the fibers. For pure new wool models, it is also strongly recommended to apply a damp cloth between the iron and the garment to avoid shining the fibers.


Over time, it is possible that the knitwear can become snagged or pilled at certain points of friction. For this purpose, there are small devices specially designed for the maintenance of knitwear. To correct snags, there are small hooks, very easy to use, to re-cut the threads of the models. To remove pilling, anti-pilling razors are very effective and do not damage the sublime and softness of the models.