KAMO Fit & Care Guide
About our fit
Our clothes are made out of knitted cotton so they're stretchy, comfortable and make for an easy fit.
We know that kids grow fast, so where there's a dual-sized garment it will fit up to the greater size. For example if you're buying for a 5-year-old, the 4-5yrs should fit and there’s no need to buy a bigger size.
(Also, don't tell anyone, but our size 12 and 14 should fit an adult size 6 and 8 respectively).
It can be tricky to buy online, so if you're not sure about the fit, feel free to drop us a line at email@example.com with any questions.
We’ve provided a measuring chart below so you can check their vital statistics to be sure.
Tips for measuring:
- Don’t pull too tight
- All our measurements are in cm
- Height: measure from the top of the head to the ground above the feet
- Chest: measure around the fullest part of the chest
- Waist: measure above the waistband, around the natural waist line
- Hip: measure around the fullest part of the seat (bottom)
- Inseam: measure your child's best-fitting trousers from the crotch to the inside hem. Or from the inside leg to the bare foot and take off 1cm
Caring for your KAMO
We use state-of-the-art printing techniques to ensure all our garments have a supersoft handle and worry-free washing.
Here’s how we recommend you care for your KAMO clothes in order to get the very best out of them:
- Wash at 30˚C, inside out, on a gentle cycle
- Wash with similar colours and never with denim
- Dry inside out
- If you can, air dry your KAMO
- If using a tumble dryer, select a low temperature setting and only dry for a short time. Tumble dryers love to shrink cotton!
- Iron inside out
Ever wondered what all the care symbols on your clothes mean? Take a look at this handy guide.
These tips and the table below them will help you treat a variety of everyday stains that any adventurous kid would be proud to pick up on their KAMO.
In all cases:
- Treat the stain as soon as you can
- Don't tumble dry until you have completely removed the stain as the heat could make the stain permanent
|Blood||Soak in cold water straight away, then wash in cold water, adding half a cup of baking soda and half a cup of hydrogen peroxide. Repeat as required.|
|Chocolate||Rub liquid dish-washing soap into the stain and then rinse with cold water. Repeat as required.|
|Egg||Soak in cold water straight away, then wash in cold water, adding half a cup of baking soda and half a cup of hydrogen peroxide. Repeat as required.|
|Glue||Soak in cold water straight away, then wash in cold water, adding half a cup of baking soda and half a cup of hydrogen peroxide. Repeat as required.|
|Grass||Either scrub the stain with liquid dish-washing soap or treat it with an even mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water. Then wash in warm water. Repeat as required.|
|Grease / Oil||Scrub with liquid dish-washing soap and rinse with cold water. Then treat with a traditional stain remover and wash in warm water. Repeat as required.|
|Ink||Spray the stain with hairspray and rub it in. Let it dry then treat it with a traditional stain remover. Wash in cold water. Repeat as required.|
|Mud||Scrub with liquid dish-washing soap then wash in warm water. Repeat as required.|
|Tomato Sauce||Treat the stain with white vinegar and then wash straight away in cold water. Repeat as required.|