A FEW TIPS FOR YOUR SPECIAL SUIT…
BEFORE YOU SHOW OFF YOUR SWIMSUIT:
To prevent fading, bleeding, and to keep colors vibrant longer, soak new swimsuit for 30 minutes in a mixture of water and white vinegar (1 tbsp vinegar per 1 quart water).
AFTER SHOWING OFF YOUR SUIT:
Rinse your swimsuit in cool water immediately following swimming in salt or chlorinated water.
Hand wash your suit with a mild soap or swimsuit cleanser to prolong its life – do not wash in the washing machine.
Wash newer suits by themselves until all excess dye washes out – bleeding of the dye is normal and will stop after a few washes.
Things to Keep in Mind:
Swimsuits are meant to bring out the poolside goddess and beach beauty in everyone. All embellishments (gold, leather, beads, etc) can be worn in salt and chlorinated water.
Sun, tanning/bronzing lotions, tinted moisturizers, oils, harsh chemicals and minerals, salt water, chlorine, and extreme heat naturally put wear on any swimsuit and can turn it yellow; this is not a manufacturing defect. To prevent wear as much as possible, be careful to follow the care instructions above.