Step 1: To keep your swimsuit in good condition, it's important to wash it in fresh, cold water with a gentle cleanser as soon as possible after wearing it. A good way to do this is by soaking your suit in a bowl or sink for at least 20 minutes before adding a small amount of gentle hand soap. Gently work the soapy water through the entire suit, and make sure to rinse it thoroughly with cold water until all the soap is gone.
Step 2: After washing, lay your swimsuit flat to dry in the shade on a towel. Be careful not to wring out the fabric or hang it, as this can cause stretching and damage to the delicate fabric. Never use a washing machine, even on the delicate or hand-wash cycle, as the water temperature and detergents can be too harsh for swimwear.
Step 3: To avoid damage and discoloration, be mindful of substances like sun cream, tanning cream, and body oils and try to avoid wearing your suit or exposing it to these substances. Also, be cautious of any rough surfaces that can cause pulling and snagging of the delicate fabric.
Step 1: To hand-wash your resortwear correctly, begin by placing it in a clean sink with cool water and mild detergent. Gently soak the garment, then remove it from the soapy water. Drain the soapy water and rinse the sink before refilling it with fresh, cool water. Rinse the garment thoroughly and repeat until the water runs clear and it is free of soap.
Step 2: After washing, it's best to dry the garment by laying it flat in a well-ventilated area. Avoid using a dryer, as the heat can damage the shape and quality of the fabric.