- ALWAYS WASH WITH COLD WATER AND NO SOAP (DON’T PUT IT IN THE WASHING MACHINE NOR TUMBLE DRYER)
Neoprene wetsuits require special care. It is vital to wash them carefully in order to remove all salt, sand and other residues before leaving them to dry.
- ALWAYS LEAVE TO DRY STRETCHED OUT OR FOLDED IN HALF IN THE SHADE – NEVER IN THE SUN
After washing, wetsuits must be left to dry as mentioned, starting by turning them inside out. Please remember the sun and heat are the worst enemies of neoprene. Wetsuits must never be left to dry under direct sunlight, which can damage its inner lining and even cause it to detach.
- TRY TO NEVER URINATE INSIDE THE WETSUIT
Weather and low temperatures can influence your urge to urinate, but always try to keep the suit dry to avoid nasty odors.
- HANDLE IT GENTLY SO IT LASTS LONGER
Suits must be removed gently, always using a Deeply mat or bucket. Beware of your fingernails, which can rip the neoprene. Please don’t overstretch the neoprene, as it can tear threads and seams. In the summer or in hot weather, it is vital to remove the suit from the car once you arrive at your destination. Wetsuits must always be stored hanging, without folding. Don’t remove the surf wax as you can damage the neoprene when attempting to remove the wax.