We want your swimwear to last so make sure you're taking all the care to keep it in the best shape.

Wash your swimsuit after every wear!
Sunscreens and mineral-based lotions contain ingredients that can be damaging to the fabric and breakdown the fibers. Also, chlorine is harsher on swimwear fabrics than fresh or salt water and can leave bright colors susceptible to color fading.

What should I use to wash my suit?
For best results, rinse your swimsuit by hand with white vinegar and water. To start, fill your sink or a bucket with cold water and add one capful of white vinegar. Let the swimsuit soak in the solution for up to 30 minutes. Rinse with cool water.

How should I dry my suit?
To dry your suit after washing gently roll it in a clean dry towel, lightly pressing to remove the excess water. While it may be tempting, do not wring out your swimsuit, as this can damage it over time. When you’re finished, lay the suit flat to dry in a cool dry place. 

Here is a list of DON'TS that we recommend you follow so your suit will last from vacation to vacation without any flaws! 

  • Don’t soak your swimsuit overnight. 
  • Don’t let your swimsuit dry directly in the sun. 
  • Don’t put your swimsuit in the dryer. 
  • Don’t sit on rough surfaces while wearing your swimsuit. The concrete beside the pool or wood from lounge chairs may snag on the material. Always lay down a towel before you sit to avoid this.