TAKE CARE OF YOUR T-SHIRT/SWEATSHIRT
- Always wash your printed t-shirt/sweatshirt inside out.
- Machine wash cold at the gentle cycle.
- Never use bleach or stain remover containing bleach on your clothing.
- To prevent your clothing wears out quickly, do not use the dryer.
- Only flat dry away from sunlight.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR ARTICLE CO. PIECES
We use different fabrics and fibers to create our clothing pieces. You should definitely refer to the care label inside your clothes to wash your items. In any case, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com for further informations.
HOW SHOULD I TAKE CARE OF MY SWIMSUIT?
Chlorine and bromine used in pools are distributed through jets during swimming hours, and can break the elastic fiber of your swimsuit. Sea salt, sweat and sunscreen are also harmful to your swimsuit’s elasticity. Our swimwear garments are made from a durable nylon/spandex fabric and however it is important that they are looked after like any garment that you wish to keep for a long time.
Here are a few tips :
- Always rinse your swimwear in clean water, or wash your swimsuit with water and soft soap especially created to remove any accumulated chlorine, bromine, salt, perspiration, etc.
- Dry your swimwear in the shade as the damaging rays of the sun will deteriorate the fabric quicker. Don’t leave your swimwear rolled in a wet towel all day and expect it to live a long life!
- Avoid excessive chlorine as high degrees of any chemical will result in bleaching of the colour and will destroy the fabric and garment stitching.
- Avoid contact with sunscreens, perfume, deodorant, tanning products and excessive perspiration. These can all cause staining on your swimsuit. The oils in these products can deteriorate elastic so ensure to rinse your swimsuit thoroughly after use.
- Rough surfaces cause snagging and wear-and-tear to your swimwear. If you use a waterslide, lie on concrete, slide off the edge into a pool you will cause pilling of the fabric.
- Remove any trapped sand by gently running your fingernail over your swimwear.
- Do not iron or tumble dry your swimwear.
- Never put your swimsuit in the washer or dryer. Always hand-wash cold.
- Your swimsuit should dry flat, away from sun rays which could fade it.
- Ropes and fasteners made from swimsuit materials should also be treated with the same care if they have come into contact with chlorinated water or salt water.