How to Wash
The Description of the Swimsuit Material
Lycra (LYCRA) is an artificial elastic fiber, the best elastic fabric, which can be stretched 4 to 7 times freely, and quickly returns to its original length after the external force is released. It cannot be used alone and can be interwoven with any other artificial or natural fiber. Does not change the appearance of the fabric, an invisible fiber, can greatly improve the performance of the fabric. It has a longer service life than the swimsuit of the ordinary material, and is suitable for the one-piece swimsuit.
A fabric obtained by blending or interlacing nylon filaments or staple fibers with other fibers, which combines the characteristics and strengths of each fiber. The most common nylon products on the market are nylon 6 and nylon 66 which have good low temperature resistance. When the temperature is below 70 °C, the rebound resilience does not change much. Although the solidity is not enough, the elasticity and softness are excellent, and the most unusual swimsuit material.
The biggest advantage of polyester fabrics is that they have good wrinkle resistance and shape retention, so they are suitable for coats. Polyester fabrics have poor hygroscopicity, and they have a stuffy feeling. They are also easy to carry static electricity and stain dust, which affects the appearance and comfort. However, it is very easy to dry after washing, and the wet strength is hardly reduced, it is not deformed, and it has good washing and wearability. Polyester fabric has high strength and elastic recovery, so it is durable, anti-wrinkle and non-iron.
How to Wash our Swimsuits?
Cleaning method for most swimwear: Wash with cold water (no more than 30 degrees warm water). First immerse the swimsuit in clean water below 30 degrees, then add a little mild detergent. After 10 minutes, gently wash with hand, then wash thoroughly with water, wring it out slightly, and dry in a cool place.
Note: Do not use hot water, deodorize the washing machine and put it in the sun to dry. Never use soap, detergent, laundry detergent or bleach, etc. Because most detergents contain bleaching and fluorescent agents, if they are used, they will damage the color of the swimsuit and will also damage the elasticity.
How to Care Our Swimsuits Well?
Swimwear, like fashion clothing, requires careful support to extend the life of the wearer. The first thing that is essential is the proper support:
*The salt in the sea, the chlorine in the pool, the chemicals and the oil will destroy the elasticity of the swimsuit. When using sunscreen, you should wear a swimsuit and apply sunscreen. Before launching, you should first wet the swimsuit with water to reduce the damage. After swimming, you should rinse your body and take off your swimsuit.
*Wet swimsuits should not be put in the bag for a long time to avoid heating and fading or odor. Wash the sputum with a hand of water, then use a towel to absorb the water and then dry it in the light and not in direct sunlight.
*Do not use washing machine for washing, dehydration or sun exposure, and do not use the dryer to avoid damage to the material and cause deformation.
*Washing powder and bleach will destroy the elasticity of the swimsuit. So they should be absolutely avoided.
*Please don't sit on the rough surface of concrete, sand, rock, etc when you wear the swimsuit. Likely to cause skin swimsuit wear, which can compromise the life of the swimsuit.
*We should wash the swimsuit as soon as we take them off. As the salt powder, sand, chloride, sun oil, sunscreen lotion and corrosive substances on the swimsuit will destroy and erode the material of the swimsuit.