1. Flip it in, air it out.
Turn clothing inside out before washing, this helps safeguard colors and deeper clean for your dirtier items.
2. Don't mix it up.
Wash with similar items and colors. Avoid washing with zippers, jeans and jackets.
3. Do not use fabric softeners or excessive soap.
Soap buildup causes sweat buildup and smelly fungi growth, leading to odors.
4. Keep it cool.
Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. Extreme heat can break down the elasticity of stretchy textiles, leading to shrinkage and shorter lifespan.
5. Air dry. Do not machine dry or iron.
7. Use a laundry bag whenever possible.
This helps preserve the longevity and shape of your apparels.
Hip and Resistance Bands
We put these gears through the toughest of tests. When well taken care of, our bands can last you a lifetime:
1. Wash your bands with water and light detergent.
2. Dry your bands with a towel before leaving it out to air dry.
3. Store your bands in a cool and dry place.
4. Avoid placing them under direct and excessive sunlight.
5. Use them!
We recommend two cleaning routines to prolong the life of your mats. Being diligent in cleaning will keep them from taking on odors and transferring bacteria to you.
After every use: Gentle wipe-down
1. Add water and a few drops of dish soap into a spray bottle. (Too much soap can leave a slippery film on your mat's surface)
2. Spritz mat with the solution and wipe firmly with a microfiber cloth.
Every two months: Complete wash
1. Soak your mat in a solution of warm water and mild detergent such as dish soap for only a few minutes.
This will help dislodge dirt, oils and odors.
2. Use a soft cloth to wash and thoroughly wipe both sides of the mat.
3. Shake off your mat to remove surface water.
4. To remove excess moisture, lay the mat flat on a dry towel and roll them together. Step on them together to purge water more effectively.
- Scrub your mat with scrubs or bristles
- Wring out your mat. This may cause wrinkling, tearing or warping.