Care Instructions



Not only do cool washes help minimise annoying t-shirt shrinkages, but washing your printed t-shirts at no higher than 30c can also help keep the artwork in great shape also minimizing the associated cost and environmental impact of energy usage. Avoid harsh detergents and bleach, too, as these can damage your t-shirt and the environment - a gentle detergent will do the trick.

Wetsuits & Water Products

To wash your wetsuit Don't machine wash, iron or tumble dry your wetsuit, you'll want to rinse it with cool or lukewarm fresh water after every use. It is important to rinse your wetsuit before it dries. This will ensure the efficient removal of dirt, sand, and other chemicals. If the suit dries before you rinse it, it will be more challenging to clean afterward.. store your wetsuit on a suitable wide-shouldered hanger or folded over the waist while drying. Only store your wetsuit in a cupboard when completely dry on both sides.


Rinse it off with clean water after every use, give It a good scrub down occasionally and allow it to air dry. Check your board over for any damage. Keep it out of direct sunlight. Fold or roll with care. Store it in a cool place, leave it unzipped to allow airflow.

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