You will find a label on the inside of the garment with easy-to-follow care instructions.
- Before washing
Do up all buttons, zips, buckles and velcro. This is to avoid wear and tear, both to these parts and to the rest of the garment. Wash the garment inside out to reduce wear and tear to the material’s PU coating. Read the garment’s care instructions carefully.
- During washing
Use a mild laundry detergent, as this is gentler on the garment and has less of an effect on its water repellency. Avoid using fabric softener, as this can have a negative effect on the garment’s water repellency and can contribute to the eutrophication of our lakes. Use the wash programme and temperature recommended in the garment’s care instructions. If hand-washing, never leave the garment to soak.
- After washing
Remove the washed garment from the washing machine as soon as the programme has finished. Avoid tumble-drying, as this causes unnecessary wear to the material. We do not recommend drying garments in drying cabinets because the temperature in cabinets is often too high. It is possible to dry our garments in drying cabinets, but the temperature should not exceed the recommended wash temperature. In other words, if the label recommends washing at 40°C, then the garment should be dried at no more than 40°C in a drying cabinet.
To help protect the environment and your clothes, avoid washing garments unnecessarily!