To ensure your customers experience long-lasting quality, we recommend the following :
- Hand wash your swimwear in fresh cold water as soon as possible after wearing it.
- Ensure your swimsuit is completely dry before storing.
- Do not machine wash & try not to use machine detergents. If you feel you have to use a detergent, then use one with no moisturizers.
Sun, tanning creams & chlorine can damage and discolor swimwear, so use caution.
Always wash bright & similar colors separately.
- If damp or wet, keep bright colors away from other fabrics.
Rinse your swimwear after swimming – wear in the shower when you get out (but don’t use any shower gels!)
Rinse again by hand in cold water after removing your swimwear. You can wash it with a mild soap and tap water as water alone will not remove chlorine or salt water.
We know you have a favorite bikini, but the key to making it last longer is to wait until it's completely dry to wear it again.
Hang to dry in the shade or inside to dry naturally and ensure fully dried before wearing again.
Avoid leaving your swimwear rolled up in the towel after use – this allows the chlorine to have more time in the fabric and also allows bacteria to breed.
Do not wash your swimwear in a washing machine or dry it in a dryer. Washing machines and detergents can be very harsh and will damage your swimwear even if done just once.
Do not use an iron as the high temperatures can cause your swimsuit to disintegrate. If you want to get rid of any wrinkles, rinse in water again and the creases should fall out.