Sunscreen, chlorine, body oils, sun, sand and salt are just a few of the harsh elements your swimsuit faces regularly.
Do not machine wash your bathing suit. The agitation of the machine is bad news for the fibers, straps, and components. Instead, opt for a hand wash with cold or lukewarm water using mild soap for your body or delicate garments, and soak for 5-10 minutes before rinsing. Always wash your suits separate and lay flat in the shade to dry. Even if you didn’t take a dip, it’s best to wash as body oils can break down the stretch fibers overtime. Never iron, dry clean or put your swimsuit in the dryer.
Cold hand wash in mild soap to remove chlorine or salt from garment. Do not use fabric softeners. Do not wring, soak or bleach. Do not tumble dry, iron or dry clean. Drip dry in shade. Do not leave rolled up wet. Chlorine, spa baths, tanning products, sunscreen and oils can cause damage or mark garments – avoid contact and rinse immediately. Avoid contact with rough surfaces to prevent pulls in fabric.
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