Our high-quality suits do not require extensive care, but they do need regular maintenance. After a long day it will be just as exhausted as its wearer - and in dire need of at least one day off in an airy location. First brush the suit using a brush with natural hair bristles, and check for soilage or stains. Initially you can try to remedy these by spot-cleaning the area using household agents; this way you may avoid dry cleaning, which tends to abrade the fabric. If possible, send the suit to the cleaners once a year. The suit should be hung on a wide, ergonomically shaped hanger. Steaming is the only option for removing heavy creasing. This not only smoothes out the fabric - it will also moisturise the wool fibres and maintain their elasticity.