Swim Care

Please follow our care suggestions to help elongate the life of your suit.

Swim Care


Even if you don’t have time to wash your swimsuit thoroughly, a good rinsing will help increase the life of your suit.

Always hand rinse your swimsuit thoroughly with cool water after swimming.

Clothes will shed fewer microfibers if you wash your garments by hand in cold water.


If you choose to use soap to wash your swimsuit, only use a mild, chemical free soap. We suggest using Dr. Bronner's Sal Suds or a free & clear dish soap. We do not recommend to use The Laundress products on swimwear.

Drying & Storage

Air dry flat to avoid stretching. To prevent mildew, make sure your swimwear is completely dry before storing. Never put your swimsuit through a washing machine or dryer. Never dry clean, iron or bleach.


If you stain your suit (pen mark, oil stain, etc), try using a chemical free dish soap to remove the stain.

To remove deodorant stains from your swimsuit, we recommend using a foam make-up wedge.


Direct or high heat will ruin the integrity of your swimsuit over time – nylon fibers can actually melt in high heat.

Try not to swim in super hot water and never iron or dry your suit in a dryer.