Rinse right away
For best results rinse the swimsuit abundantly with clear water after every swim (for instance by wearing it into the shower). Then rinse it thoroughly when you get home. This will minimize the amount of time harsh agents like sunscreen, perspiration, salt, and chlorine that remains in the fabric.
Don’t Leave Rolled Up Wet
Gently wash your swimsuit by hand in warm soapy water. To remove any stains, gently massage the soap in the dirty area. We use an eco-friendly soap made of vegetable oils that even works wonders on silk (or your dirty white sneakers)
Since sunscreen ingredients will stick to fabrics just as much as they do to skin, you may have to scrub a little if there are any stains remaining. Just be gentle.
Rinse off and avoid ringing or twisting.
Let your Demadly dry flat, preferably in the shade. If you dry it in the sun, we advise you to dry it inside out, to let the shell fabric rest from the sun.
After the endless search for the SOAP to bring along on our travels, we finally found a vegetarian soap handmade from Stockholm’s silk mill Sidenvaveri. This soap is also fragrance and chemical free, good for you and the environment.
Our Demadly team swears by this soap when traveling. Just toss this powerful little soap in you suitcase and you’re covered!
You can find the soap here.