How to Wash a True Grit Pullover
An investment like this requires some extra TLC to keep it looking and feeling as soft and beautiful as possible.
How to Wash Your True Grit/Dylan Sherpa:
- Wash separately in cold water with regular detergent (no fabric softener, no bleach.)
- Line dry (do not heat dry.)
- Fluff with your fingers when dry.
You may see that your True Grit Sherpa Pullover is becoming matted in some areas where a seat belt has been worn or where backpack straps may lay. To help keep these areas fluffy and soft, we recommend using a boar bristle brush and gently brush the Sherpa on your pullover to make it not matted. Here are 5 easy steps to help bring your Sherpa pullover back to life!
How to Make Your True Grit/Dylan Sherpa Not Matted:
Step 1: Get a boar bristle brush. We went to our local drug store and found a boar bristle brush for $3.
Step 2: Lay your Sherpa pullover down on a flat surface.
Step 3: Use the boar bristle brush to gently brush the matted areas. We found brushing in multiple directions helped the matted areas most.
Step 4: After brushing the Sherpa, we used the back of the boar bristle brush and patted the Sherpa back into place.
Step 5: Snuggle up in the soft and fluffy of your Sherpa!