Your garments will provide you with lots of comfort should you take good care of it.
Here are some tips to get the most of of your garment(s):
Cold machine wash and air dry. Mother Earth provides us with all the necessities to dry your garments. At the same time, you will be helping the planet by reducing the carbon footprint.
Cold machine was and air dry will help to prolong the life of the spandex/elastane fibre and the shape of your garment.
Should you need to use the clothes dryer, please use the tumble dry function.
To maximise the use of your garment, turn your garment inside out and put it into a laundry mesh bag prior to washing.
BRIGHT COLOURED GARMENTS
To care for your bright coloured gear, we suggest that you:
- Wash bright coloured gears with similar colours.
- Ensure that the coloured gears stay away from other fabrics when it is damp/wet.
Whilst fabric softener makes your other cotton-based garments nice and fluffy, it does not work well with moisture wicking fabrics. Please avoid using fabric softeners if possible.
Should fabric softener been used, all you need to do is to wash it again without the softener. Fabric softener introduces a coating on the garment that reduces the moisture wicking properties.
TOPS & BRAS
For best results, put the tops and bras into a laundry mesh bag before washing.
TIGHTS WITH/WITHOUT MESH
Mesh panels/stripes are generally made with different materials and it is limited in the ability to stretch. As such, the area around mesh panels/stripes may feel a bit uncomfortable/tighter for the first time. It is just a matter of breaking ’em in. Follow the garment care instructions and they will last longer.
If you have any further questions that we haven’t answered here, please contact us.