How to Care for Your Swimwear
Hand wash in cool water with mild detergent or liquid soap after each and every wear
Do not wash in a washing machine.Machine wash tends to stretch fabrics, dislodge under wires and compromise swimwear structure.
Do not roll up or store wet
Do not roll up or store wet, especially in a plastic bag as it causes colors to run and accelerate deterioration. The heat and humidity will enhance the damaging effects of any pool chemical or sunscreen.
Do not soak, bleach or use harsh detergentsDo not soak, bleach or use harsh detergents as colors may run or fade. Bleeding of the dye is normal and will stop after a few washes.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not iron.
Do not expose fabric to sunscreen chemicals.Use sunscreen only on skin not on you swim suit.
Avoid rough surfaces
Avoid rough surfaces as they may pull and pill the delicate fabric.