1. Suggest that after receiving the wetsuit, try it under the dry condition to make sure the suit is not too loose or tight before testing in water.
2. If you have trouble putting on the wetsuit, we suggest you can try covering plastic bags on your hand/foot before wearing it. The smooth plastic bags will help reduce frictional resistance and make it easier for you to put on your wetsuit.
3. A slight feeling of contraction is normal after putting on a wetsuit. But if the contraction feeling of the wetsuit already makes you uncomfortable, you need to exchange a larger size.
① Immediately rinse your wetsuit in fresh, cold water after each use.
② Do not use hot water or saltwater to wash your wetsuit. Especially in hot water, neoprene will lose elasticity. Besides, leaving sand, salt, or chlorine on the wetsuit can also shorten the life of it.
③ Please use the specialty wetsuit cleaner provided by diving and surfing shops to remove odors, sweat, oil, and algae.
④ You can clean your wetsuit in the bathtub. Fill the bathtub with cold water, then add the specialty wetsuit cleaner and soak the wetsuit for 20 minutes. After that, clean it by hand, especially in areas that are particularly prone to sweating, such as the armpits. Finally, flush the wetsuit inside out with cold water to remove all wetsuit cleaner residue.
① After washing the wetsuit, make sure it is naturally dried so as not to damage the neoprene of the wetsuit.
② The interior of the wetsuit should be dried to avoid odors or mildew. Besides, dry the interior also helps extend the service life of the wetsuit.
③ Please use a hanger designed for a wetsuit or a heavy, padded hanger to hang the wetsuit and dry it indoors.
④ If you have to hang the wetsuit outside, make sure it is kept in a cool and well-ventilated area away from direct sunlight, because the sunlight will damage the performance of the fabric.
① Check if your wetsuit has any cracks or breakages before storing it. If yes, take it to a wetsuit shop in time for repairs.
② Try to lay it flat or hang it up to store. Do not fold it. Folding for a long time will generate unrecoverable wrinkles on the neoprene.
① Do not clean the wetsuit with hot water.
② Do not use a washing machine, dryer, iron.
③ Do not use bleach or any harsh cleaner.
④ Do not dry your wetsuit in the sunlight.
⑤ Do not leave it in the car boot for a long time.