Diving Suit Maintenance Instructions

Diving Suit Maintenance Instructions

Cleaning the Diving Suit:

1. Rinse the diving suit with clean water before and after each use.

2. Clean any stains or salt deposits using a mild, phosphate-free detergent. Avoid using cleaners with bleach, solvents, or strong acidic/alkaline ingredients. Rinse the diving suit thoroughly with warm water to remove all detergent.

3. Gently wipe off excess water from the diving suit and hang it to dry in a shaded area.

Storing the Diving Suit:

1. Fold the diving suit and store it in a well-ventilated area when it is completely dry.

2. Avoid exposing the diving suit to direct sunlight or high-temperature environments.

3. Avoid placing heavy objects on top of the diving suit to prevent creases or deformation.

4. If the diving suit is not used for an extended period, regularly check the storage area for dryness and moisture.

Diving Suit Care Tips:

1. Avoid direct contact with sharp objects to prevent scratches or damage.

2. Handle the diving suit with care when putting it on or taking it off to avoid stretching or tearing the materials.

3. Regularly inspect the zippers, seals, and seams for any damage or wear.

4. Consult a professional dive equipment repair technician for repairs if any damages or issues are found.

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