Q: Can I throw my swimwear into the washing machine?
A: No! You should always hand wash your swimwear after every wear to help extend the lifespan of your swimwear. The washing machine will destroy the fabric. This step helps to remove the chemicals, salt and body oils that damages the fabric.
Q: Do I need to use soap to wash my swimwear?
Yes, It's really easy!
- Rinse it with cool tap water first (If you can't soak it immediately)
- Drain the water out
- Add in liquid detergent and soak it in water for 30 minutes
- Rinse the soap off with cool tap water
- Lay flat in shaded area to dry
Q: Can I use bleach on tough stains?
A: No! You should never use bleach on your swimwear.
Here's a secret formula:
- Dampen the area with water
- Add a drop of soap and knead the spot together
- Soak and wash as per normal
Q: What is the best way to dry my swimwear?
A: Dos: Squeeze excess water out
Lay it flat on a towel in a shaded area to dry
Don'ts: Wring it - It will loosen the fabric!
Hang it on a hanger - It will stretch out your swimwear
Q: Can I iron my swimwear?
A: Nope, never ever use heat on your swimwear. Avoid ironing or throwing it in the dryer. This includes drying it in direct sunlight too. Heat will breakdown the delicate fabric and compromise the colour of your swimwear.
Q: How should I store my swimwear?
A: Store it in a non-plastic garment bag or use our reusable storage pouch/drawstring bag and place it in a cool and dry area. Do not store it in plastic bags as it will deteriorate and encourage growth of bacteria.
*Tip: Do not wrap your swimwear in towel after swimming, the swimwear will subject to them.
It's really easy to extend the lifespan of your swimwear, just follow these simple steps and you will be good to go!
Your swimwear should make you feel confident while wearing it. Washing it the right way helps to maintain the quality and colour of the swimwear without compromising anything.