SWIMWEAR CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Summer beauty tip: Careful when applying oils, fragrances, and creams that could leave marks on your swimsuit.
‘Now, where did I put my keys?’ Your swimsuit pockets are not the best place. Sharper objects risk damaging the net lining (and you don’t want to be fishing them out of ocean/machine!).
Be sure to rinse your swimsuit as thoroughly as possible. That includes the cords, tips, and pockets. We don’t want anyone feeling left out!
Your swimsuit’s favorite sunbathing position is the same as yours: horizontal. Avoid leaving it creased up in your beach bag. Lay it out flat away from direct sunlight, and be sure to rinse it out first.
Air-dry only (no tumble dryers or hotel hairdryers!).
Say ‘no’ to stain removal chemicals. They’re bad for your swimsuit. And even worse for the ocean.
Laundry nets are your swimsuit’s best friend. They’re super protective.
Let’s stick together. Ensure your swimsuit pockets are properly velcroed together prior to washing so they remain tight.
Always spin with moderation. 800RPM maximum! Flay dry to follow.
Bye, dry cleaner! Swim shorts are happiest in the water. That includes laundry time.
You’ll be relieved to know ironing is not necessary. If you do feel like getting steamy, limit yourself to 110°C maximum, and always iron on the reverse.
Gentle by nature! Avoid prolonged contact with rough surfaces.
To preserve their finesse, steer clear of rough surfaces.
For uninterrupted magic, keep away from rough surfaces.
To maintain the ‘whoa!’ effect for as long as possible, we recommend ironing your water-reactive swimsuit on the reverse at a low heat (110°C) as soon as it shows signs of fading.