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How To Wash Your Jersey

Plain/Blank Jersey.


The laundry symbols found on clothing tags are manual for how to wash your plain/blank shirt or short.
We suggest to follow the guide for how to wash your jersey with Name, Number, Logo, Sponsor or any additional options.

 

Jersey with Name, Number, Logo, Sponsor or any additional options.


The Embroidered, Screen Printing, PolyFlex, PhotoFlex or any additional options need extra care while washing to avoid any damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) and to keep them on jersey as long as possible.

Remove the stains by hand
Remove the stains as soon as you can the longer stains have to set in your fabric, the harder it will be to get out. Dampen the stained area in cold water and rub it gently.

Turned inside out
To help preserve the color and to protect the name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options from rubbing against other jerseys or cloths.

Cold water wash
Hot water can cause fading, shrinking, and damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) to the name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options.

Never use bleach, fabric softeners or stain remover
Bleach and stain remover can cause fading fabric and damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) to the name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options.
Fabric softeners can affect the wicking function and can cause damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) to the name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options.

Wash separately or with like-product
The safest way is to wash your jersey by itself ideally. Never wash with items with zippers. It can cause damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) to the fabric, name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options.

Wash with like-colors
To avoid other colors from running on to your jerseys, always wash jerseys with similar colored. For example, whites with whites.

Never wash with jeans or items with zippers
The safest way is to wash your jersey by itself ideally. Never wash with items with zippers. It can cause damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) to the fabric, name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options.

Never leave it to dry in the washing machine
Leave it to dry in the machine can cause wrinkles and damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) to the fabric, name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options.

Never put in the dryer
The dryer can cause fading, shrinking, and damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) to the name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options.
The safest way to dry a soccer jersey is with a hanging air dry.

Never ironing
Ironing can cause damage (such as crack, melt, peel and etc) to the name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options. If you do need to iron, please turned inside out use lowest heat and do not iron directly on the name, number, logo, sponsor or any additional options.