Swimwear Care Guide

To ensure your favorite pieces stay as vibrant and comfortable as the day you bought them, follow these simple care tips.

1. Rinse After Every Swim

After enjoying a refreshing dip, rinse your swimwear in cool, fresh water. This helps remove salt, chlorine, and sand, preventing damage and discolouration.

2. Hand Wash with Mild Soap

Gently hand wash your swimwear using a mild soap or detergent. Avoid harsh chemicals, as they can weaken the fabric and affect colors. Rinse thoroughly and squeeze out excess water—never wring or twist. Do not machine wash or tumble dry.

3. Skip Soaking

Never soak your swimwear, soaking might cause color bleeding and stains.

4. Avoid Sunscreen Contamination

Sunscreen is essential for skin protection but can be harsh on swimwear. Apply sunscreen before putting on your swimsuit to avoid direct contact and potential stains.

5. Dry Flat in Shade

Lay your swimwear flat on a towel to dry in the shade. Direct sunlight may fade colours and damage elastic fibres.

6. Beware of Rough Surfaces

Avoid sitting or rubbing against rough surfaces like pool edges or rocks, as they can snag and damage your swimwear.

7. Store with Care

When not in use, store your swimwear in a cool, dry place.

8. Follow Care Instructions

Always check the care label for specific instructions. Some fabrics may require special care, and following guidelines ensures longevity.