How to Care for Your Garment
• Use the washer’s GENTLE CYLE. The slower agitation and shorter wash cycle will protect your clothes. Or, choose hand washing which is even more gentle.
• Before washing any garment, by hand or in a washer, turn the garment INSIDE OUT. This prevents excessive abrasion to the surface of the fabric from other clothes, zippers, and buttons.
• SORT LAUNDRY properly before washing. Washing delicate items in the same load as jeans will cause more abrasion and harm to the surface of fabrics. Avoid washing lint producing fabrics like terry cloth with other clothes. If there are broken fibers on polyester, the lint from terry cloth is going to cling tightly to the polyester surface.
• DO NOT OVERLOAD the washer tub past its capacity. Cramming it as full as possible does not leave room for clothes to move easily and causes damage to the surface of clothes.
• SKIP HARSH CLEANERS and damaging bleach which can weaken fibers causing them to break and pill.
• Add FABRIC SOFTENER to the rinse cycle. The ingredients in fabric softener coat the fibers of the fabric so that abrasion is lessened.
• AVOID THE DRYER. Air dry garments on a hanger or flat surface.