Have you ever walked down an Italian street in a small village or even a large town, and looked up noticing sheets hanging on the windows? Ancient legend says that a sheet hanging on the window, on the concave double thread that is pulled to one side or the other to fix the clothes on it, represents a symbol against the Italian mafia (or the first night consumed by the newlyweds).
The real answer to why Italians hang clothes in the window, however, lies in the air. It’s in the breeze wafting in off the sea, or from the mountains; of the small village or the large city, which creeps into the yarns of the sheet and gently dries it. Look up at the waves of the clothes and the colors. Smell the scent of laundry in the atmosphere. Close your eyes and feel at home, or in a distant country that welcomes you with love!
That's why UASHMAMA has created a line of products, such as the Laundry Bag, dedicated entirely to laundry. A product that represents our country of origin and the attention Italians place on tradition and on an activity that's carried out daily.