How to take care and tips to extend the life of your Swimwear
Your swimsuits are your most important water accessory. Quality suits are an investment.
Use these swimwear care tips to protect your swimwear and keep it looking and feeling great for as long as possible.
- Always follow the instructions on the care labels. These recommendations on labels give the instructions for the exact fabric, although we do recommend washing all your swimwear by hand, with cold or lukewarm water.
- We highly recommend washing your swimwear before wearing it for the first time.
- Hot water and chlorine are hard on swimsuits - rinse immediately after being used in a hot tub or pool that uses chlorine.
- Direct sunlight causes fading to swimwear fabric so try not to leave your swimsuit to dry on a direct sunlight for long periods.
- Dry off - resist the urge to wring out every last drop of water. Doing so can damage the fibers. Hanging a swimsuit (especially by the ties) can stretch it out, too. Instead, lay the suit out on a towel, roll the towel up and squeeze gently, then lay your swimsuit out to dry.
- Some sunscreen lotions and tanning oils may mark or damage swimwear. Be extra careful with your swimsuits that are lighter color. As we all might have experienced, sometimes you notice those yellow marks on your swimsuits and wondered what in the earth happened - its all from your daily beauty products. Deodorants, sunscreens etc. getting in touch with sunlight and water and then coloring your favorite garment.
- We recommend that you rinse your swimwear immediately after use.
How to take care your ASUYAMA clothing
- To ensure correct treatment please refer to individual care labels on each product
- We highly recommend to wash your garment with lower temperature water and not using hot heat dryer to avoid any shrinking and prolonging your garments life.
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