5 Best Care Practices for Swimsuits

With our summer all year round climate, i bet it’s hard for most regular pool users and beach loving girls to keep their swimsuits looking crisp and new after a couple of wears. So because i’ve been there, done that, here are 5 of the best care practices for your swimsuits. Thank me later! 5 Best Care Practices for Swimsuits

MORE RINSE LESS WASH

While your swimsuit doesn’t need to be washed with detergent whenever you wear it, rinsing it in cool tap water every time you take it off after swimming or sun drying removes most of the sweat, dirt, sunscreen and chlorine.

INSIDE OUT DOES THE TRICK

Wash your swimsuit after a few wears. Turn the swimsuit inside out and add a tablespoon or less of detergent to a filled sink. Swish for a few minutes and then rinse well.

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SQUEEZE ME BABY

After washing, do not twist or wring just squeeze gently and lay it flat to dry.

THROW SOME SHADE

Did you know that laying bathing suits in the sun to dry can actually fade and break down the fibers in your suit? Well now you know so always dry swimsuits indoors or in the shade.

NO MACHINE WASH

Yes swimsuits is lingerie too and have delicate fabrics (not so delicate in comparison to lingerie but still delicate)so never use a washing machine for bathing suits, except you’re going to put it in a lingerie wash bag.

 

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