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Towel

WASHING

Make sure to wash your towel separately for the first wash. Wash on a cold gentle machine wash with like colours or continue to wash the towel on its own for future washes. Our towels are made from 100% cotton and have a plush feel. As our towels are made from a natural fiber pilling may occur in initial washes. Do not soak, rub or bleach the towel.

DRYING

After washing it is recommended that you line dry your towels. If you experience your towel pilling, run them through the dryer on a short cycle with a low heat setting and use a few dryer sheets. The dryer will help remove any extra lint from the towels, and the dryer sheets will help catch lint that is left over on the surface of the towel. Do not iron or dry clean your towels.

PULLING

Pulled loops can occur from many ways such as if your towels are in close proximity to jewelry or rough surfaces. If the loops are pulled, gently snip the pulled loop with scissors. Doing this will not impact the towel’s lifespan.

Hat

WASHING

We recommend spot clean your hat with a damp cloth to get stains out. Alternatively you can hand wash your hats on their own using cold water for about 2-5 minutes. Please don't soak your hats for a long period of time or place your hat in the washing machine.

DRYING

After washing your hat we recommend placing it on a flat surface outside in a dry shaded area to dry and avoid discolouration.

If your hat has a crease you can use a steamer or the steam from an iron to take out the crease. Steam the underside of the brim, flip it, lightly steam the top of the brim and then lay it on a clean, flat surface to keep it's shape. Please do not apply the actual iron to the hat - the steam will be enough to soften the hat so the creases will come out.

Store on a flat surface to keep its shape once dry.

TIPS

Dyed fabrics can fade over time. If you worry about this we recommend you avoid prolonged periods of sun exposure to your hat to avoid colour fade.

Use can use a lint roller or double-sided tape to remove any excess dirt or fluff that might attach to your hat.

Bag

If your bag has a crease and you don't have a steamer, you can use the steam from an iron to get the creases out. Please do not apply the actual iron to the bag - the steam will be enough to soften the tote so the creases will come out.

Steaming the outside of the tote only is recommended. Lay it on a clean, flat surface in a shaded area to cool down.

You can also spot clean your tote with a damp cloth. We do not recommend placing your tote in the washing machine or soaking it in water.

Use can use a lint roller or double-sided tape to remove any excess dirt or fluff that might attach to your tote.

Store on a flat surface or hang to keep its shape.

Tips

Dyed fabrics can fade over time. If you worry about this we recommend you avoid prolonged periods of sun exposure to your tote to avoid colour fade. On the occasion your tote gets wet we recommend placing it in outside in a dry shaded area to dry to avoid discolouration.

Swimwear

WASHING

Make sure to hand wash your swimwear separately before first use. Hand wash your swimwear in cool water with like colours.

DRYING

After hand washing it is recommended that you line dry your bikinis. Do not iron, tumble dry or dry clean your bikinis.

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