Handwash only
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Do not iron
Do not dryclean

Your Summer in Style!
Swimwear will last much longer if you bear in mind following instructions:

  • Rinse your swimwear with clean, lukewarm tap water after every swim to remove chloride and seawater from the fabric as water with a high chloride content is known to bleach certain fabrics.
  • If the swimwear is soiled, you can wash it by hand in lukewarm water. You can add a small amount of mild soap (do not use any bleach or separate stain cleaners as they tend to be aggressive) Let the swimwear soak for a couple of minutes in the soapy water but rinse it thoroughly afterwards. Always drip dry your swimwear. Don’t dry clean your swim or bathing wear.
  • Dry your swimwear away from direct sunlight, preferably flat on a towel or on your drying rack. Do not wash your swimwear in a washing machine or dryer. Lycra is fabric containing stretch, which can be damaged in a washing machine or a dryer. Don’t iron your swimwear.
  • Only store your swimwear when it is completely dry. When stored wet, your swimwear can discolour. This is also the reason to avoid leaving your swimwear in a bag or wet towel.
  • Fluorescent colours are not light true/colour steady; they will discolour much faster in bright sunlight and chloride than other fabrics. The longer the time in the sun, the faster the fabric will discolour.
  • Avoid contact with rough surfaces (parapets, rocks, slides, …). Swimwear is made of nylon /lycra and can fluff after rubbing.
  • Avoid whirlpools, especially when wearing fluorescent swimwear, as it can be damaged this way.
  • Avoid direct contact with sunscreen products as they can affect the elasticity and stain the fabric.
  • Complaints following damage after wrongful use will not be met. We can not guarantee any products against damage from the sun or chloride exposure.


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