Your bikini suit requires extra care when it comes to cleaning, handling and storing. Please follow the below instructions.
Important - DO NOT:
- Machine wash (even with delicate or hand-wash cycles)
- Dry clean
- Use any harsh cleaning product like any alcohol base to try to remove stubborn stains
- Soak you suit
You will need
- A tablespoon of mild liquid detergent. Avoid using powder detergent.
- 3-4 liters of lukewarm water.
- A soft brush to remove tan stains from connectors or crystals.
- A small wet cloth to wipe the tan residue on the suit.
- Dense paper towel to absorb the excess water after rinsing.
- Mix the recommended amount of liquid detergent and lukewarm water in the bucket. Remove all parts that are removable e.g. extra padding material, removable straps or connectors or accessories.
- Place your bikini suit 1 piece at a time and finish cleaning one piece first before putting another piece into the water.
- Don’t rub your suit. Be as gentle as you can, clean the crystal parts with the brush and use the wet cloth to rub the tan residue on the inside of the suit. Clean for 3-4 minutes, no longer.
- Take the suit out of the water and gently squeeze the water out with two hands pressing against each other. DO NOT TWIST.
- Turn on the tap with cold water, rinse the garment under the for one minute and again gently squeeze the excess water out.
- Place your suit flat on 4-6 layers of paper towel and let in dry naturally in a shade.
- Do the same thing for the other piece of your suit.
- Do not dry the suit under direct sun. Instead, pick a warm but shady spot to leave you suit to dry.
- Turn the suit over when one side is dry to speed up the drying process.
- Always try to wash your suit as soon as possible after you wore it, and don't let the tan set/dry any longer than possible.
- Wait until your suit is fully dry before storing your suit. Do not use a hair-dryer or other heat-generating appliances as it may ruin the embellishments.