SPECIAL NOTES FOR USE ON DELICATE UNIFORMS WITH SPECIALTY FABRICS: Wash your uniforms immediately after use. Perspiration, deodorant, hair spray, spray tan, and glitter spray will affect the color of garment; avoid letting your uniform come in contact with these products. DO NOT use dryer sheets, bleach, liquid fabric softener or granular detergents. DO NOT machine wash or machine dry the uniform. DO NOT dry clean the uniform. Cold water temperatures in warm climates can vary by as much as 40 degrees, compared with the cold water temperatures in Northern states. Be certain to add ice to tepid water to ensure it is truly cold when washing your uniform. Some slight color fading is normal after repeated use and over time.
Hand Washing Instructions
Regular Hand Washing Instructions for multicolored uniforms with prominent white areas: Pretreat any stains and marks with SWEAT X Stain Spray. Before hand washing, submerge both halves separately in cold water. Fill laundry sink with cold water. Add ice cubes if your water is tepid, or if you reside in a warm climate where truly cold water is not available. Add one ounce of SWEAT X for hand washing and soaking. Quickly submerge and hand wash uniform, agitating in the cold water sink for 60 seconds. Drain sink water and fill with clear cold water for submerging and rinsing uniform. Once rinsed, lift uniform to gently wring it out in two parts. Do not wring the color and white portions together if possible; wring the uniform in two halves. Place the uniform flat on a white towel to dry. Insert a small white towel into the neck portion of the uniform.
Washing/Soaking Instructions for Stained Uniforms: Pretreat any stains and marks with SWEAT X Stain Spray. Before hand washing/soaking, submerge stained part(s) of uniform in cold water. Fill laundry sink with just enough cold water to submerge stained part(s) of uniform for soaking, with unstained part left dangling over sink edge. Add ice cubes if your water is tepid, rather than cold. Add one cup of SWEAT X for hand washing and soaking. Let the stained uniform part(s) soak for 15 minutes. Drain sink water and fill with clear cold water for submerging and rinsing stained part(s) of uniform. Once rinsed, lift uniform from the water and gently wring the stained part(s) to drain excess water. Place the uniform flat on a white towel to dry. Insert a small white towel into the neck portion of the uniform when drying. Repeat until stains release.