Caring for your Raffal wrapClick here for instructions
Always store your wool scarf in a plastic bag to prevent moth damage and reduce any possible fading.
Wash or Dry Clean? Unless you do severe damage to your scarf by spilling red wine on it, or dropping it in a muddy puddle, it virtually NEVER needs washing. Dry cleaning is recommended for all unlikely mishaps. A quick steam iron will fresh up your Raffal wrap immediately and make it as good as new. Always check your iron to see that it has plenty of water, otherwise it may scorch the fabric.
Wool has spring and elasticity. It is lustrous, it breathes, it keeps you fresh and safe and comfortable in any climate. It exudes no harmful influences. Totally natural and non-man made, straight from nature with no harmful effects on its producer – the Merino sheep, or its wearer, the astute Australian consumer!
The images below illustrate a collection of our past, present and future Raffal plains.