Do not dry your swimwear in an electric dryer. Electric dryers can be too rough for the fragile material of swimwear. Instead, lay it your swimsuit flat out to dry in a shaded and well ventilated area. By laying it flat, you will diminish the appearance of wrinkles and creaes.
Chlorine, sweat and minerals are fabric’s natural enemies. To protect your swimwear, we reccommend you to wash your swimsuit with gentle soap and rinse it with plenty cold water after wearing it. This will help your swimwear to maintain its elasticity.
Use cold water and gentle soap.
Do not twist or hang your swimsuit.
Do not tumble dry your swimwear.
Sunscreen, tanning oils, and cosmetics can be harmful to swimsuits. Make sure to rinse and wash your swimwear as soon as possible.
Fluorescent colors are affected by sunlight and heat, avoid exposing your swimwear unnecesarily.
Wearing sunscreen is essential to protect ourselves from UV radiation. In order to protect your swimwear, apply your sunscreen 20 minutes before wearing your swimsuit. If you need to reapply, avoid as much as possible, any contact of your swimsuit with the sunscreen. This will not only protect your swimsuit from stains, but also from cosmetic substances that may harm the fabric of your swimsuit.
Wash by hand with gentle soap
Do not use bleach
Do not tumble dry
Do not iron
Do not twist
Do not dry clean