What is pashmina?
PASHMINA refers to a type of fine cashmere wool and the textiles made from it. The name comes from Pashmineh, made from Persian pashm ("wool"). The wool comes from pashmina goat, which is a special breed of goat indigenous to high altitudes of the Himalayas. Pashmina shawls are hand spun, woven and embroidered in Kashmir, and made from fine cashmere fibre which is extraordinary absorbent and easy becomes dry. Recenty Pashmina scarves becomes popular all over the world for their sheen, softness, durability and exceptional luxury they provide.
The care about Pashmina
Frequent using makes pashmina fibre comfortably soft. Maintenance is very easy. Because chemical cleansing would make pashmina defect after some time, we recommend washing in cool water using soft natural soap or shampoo. Pashmina should be panned off till clean water flows out and then let it drain away till dryness but never directly on sun. Do not rinse pashmina. If ironing is needful, do it only through wet fabric.
Alternative name: pashmini, cashmere scarf