RINSE IN COLD WATER
After training, a trip to the beach, or whatever else you're doing with your swimsuits, the best way to wash is by rinsing them under cold water. No soap needed!
Once you've rinsed your swimwear, hang them out to dry and they'll be ready to go again in no time! Just make sure to keep them out of direct sunlight, as too much sun can cause the straps to begin perishing. Also, don't leave your swimwear in a wet scrunched up ball in your bag because mould ain't a good look or smell.
AVOID RUBBING AGAINST ROUGH SURFACES
To keep your swimwear looking and performing their best, avoid wearing them against abrasive surfaces such as sitting on concrete, climbing over rocks, leaning against walls, or using rough bodyboards. Surfaces like these can cause the fabric to become bumpy, snag, or tear, which may ruin the smooth, sleek look and feel of your fave swimsuit. 💞
PUT IN THE WASHING MACHINE
Swimwear in the washing machine is a recipe for disaster - picture tangled straps, pulled out drawstrings, and fabric rubbing up against zippers or velcro. We just shuddered. Everyday washing detergent can also be a bit too much for the fabric, so a rinse in cold water is all your swimwear needs!
Swimsuit material does best in what it's made for... WATER! The chemicals used in dry-cleaning are far too harsh on your precious swimwear, which can lead to your suit becoming damaged.
IRON OR PUT IN THE DRYER
Your swimsuit isn't designed to withstand extreme heat, so to protect the fabric from being damaged, it's best to avoid these things! The rubber in your swimsuit straps are particularly afraid of the heat, and they risk melting when ironed or put in the dryer. The best way to dry your swimwear after a wash is by hanging them up in the shade!
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