Tips and Tricks to Keep Your Swimwear Looking New!
Our swimwear is specially made with premium materials designed to withstand the effects of chlorine and salt water, which can cause regular swimwear to deteriorate rapidly. Our swimwear also provides UPF 50+ protection against the sun, retains its shape and has a rich, luxurious feel. To ensure that your swimsuit lasts as long as possible, it’s crucial that you understand how to take care of it. The following tips will keep your Muna Swimwear preserved and will have you swimming in it for as long as possible!
Here are some care pointers:
- Rinse immediately after use with cool water to remove any salt, chlorine, or sand that is trapped in your swimsuit.
- Hand wash with a mild soap and gently clean using cool or cold water.
- Squeeze out excess water using a dry towel and air dry in a shaded area with the swimwear laying flat.
- Store properly - after your swimsuit is completely dry, store it in a dry place.
What to avoid:
- Avoid using hot water, bleach, detergent and fabric softeners while washing your swimwear as this can weaken the fabric and reduce its UPF protection over time.
- Avoid aggressively wringing and twisting your swimsuit while drying it.
- Avoid drying it in direct sunlight/heat sources as sunlight causes colors to fade over time.
- Avoid rough or sharp surfaces; do not rub your swimsuit against rough surfaces like sharp pool edges as this can damage your swimsuit.
- Be careful when removing your swimwear and try avoid smudging makeup on it.
- Avoid ironing and folding your swimsuit or storing it in a cramped space as this could cause wrinkles or creases.
Sustainable fashion is all about long lasting pieces. We pride ourselves on our high quality, protective and luxurious material fabrication and we want you to enjoy your Muna Swimwear for several seasons consecutively! Our chlorine resistant and UPF 50+ protective material will last longer than other swimwear, especially if it is properly cared for.
“Care for your clothes like the good friends they are”- Joan Crawford