How To Take Care of Your Gear!

Curious on how to take care of your brand new Spin Ultimate gear? check out this how to guide with some tips and tricks to keep your gear as fresh and new as the day you first put it on.
How To Take Care of Your Gear!

We know you love your gear and want it to stay as bright and clean as the day you first put it on. That's why we at Spin Ultimate have put together this guide on how to take care of your gear! Below you will find the four labels that will appear on the tags of all of our products. We will give a brief explanation as to what they mean as well as a few tips and tricks from the pros here at Spin.

 

Firstly, we recommend that you always wash your Spin Ultimate gear with cold water and like garments. Warm water can cause colors to run and bleed into the fabric of other clothes. You don't want your light to become your dark so make sure the water is cold!

When it comes to drying, it's best to give the dryer a rest and hang dry your gear, just like your ancestors did when they were playing ultimate. Heat from a dryer over time can alter the feel and size of your gear.

Finally, we recommend that you do not bleach or iron your Spin Ultimate gear. Bleaching wreaks havoc on your clothes, especially on gear that is fully sublimated. Ironing can ruin your stuff, so trust us, don’t iron your spin gear. Instead, try hanging your jerseys in the bathroom during a hot shower. The steam will help release any wrinkles without damaging your gear.

You may be thinking... "how do I wash something that can't go in the washer? Like my 5-panel hat". We have got you covered there too. We recommend two options. First is that you can put it in the top rack of the dishwasher, where it's not too hot but still warm enough to get the stains out. Second is that you can just take your hat with you into the shower and use shampoo on it. The key to washing your hat is that when you set it out to dry, you need to get it into the shape you want so that it does not dry out of shape. Hanging the hat on a hook is a great option, but if you don't have a hook handy you could also stuff the hat with a small towel or T-shirt to help keep its shape as it dries.

We hope you found this guide both helpful and educational. If you have been inspired by this guide and want to learn more about how to take care of all of your clothes, not just Spin Ultimate gear, then head over to Tide’s laundry symbols guide.

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