How to Wash a Sherpa Pullover

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Congratulations on your sherpa purchase! We hope you love it as much as we do! 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 Pullover Jacket:

 

Step 1: Wash separately in cold water with regular detergent (no fabric softener, no bleach.) You may be thinking - Do I really have to wash it all by itself?! - But this will keep it looking its best for as long as possible. 

Step 2: Line dry (do not heat dry.)

Step 3: Fluff with your fingers when dry.

 

But with regular wear, you may notice some areas of your Sherpa Pullover becoming matted, perhaps where a seatbelt has been worn or under the arms. To help keep these areas fluffy and soft, we recommend using a boar bristle brush to gently brush through the matted Sherpa on your pullover. Here are 5 easy steps to help bring your Sherpa pullover back to life!

How to Make Your True Grit / Dylan Sherpa Pullover Soft Again: 

 

Step 1: Get a boar bristle brush. We went to our local drug store and found a boar bristle brush for $3.00.

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Step 2: Lay your Sherpa pullover down on a flat surface.

How to Make a Sherpa Pullover Soft Again


Step 3: Use the boar bristle brush to gently brush the matted areas. We found brushing in multiple directions helped the matted areas most.

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Step 4: After brushing the Sherpa, we used the back of the boar bristle brush and patted the Sherpa back into place.

How to Make a Sherpa Pullover Fluffy Again

 

Step 5: Snuggle up in your soft and fluffy Sherpa Pullover! 

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