Swims loafers are machine washable at 30 degrees Celsius, make sure to remove the innersoles, but wash them with the shoes. Put all in a wash bag. Feel free to use a normal detergent however, avoid any softener.
Let them air dry thoroughly.
Use a rubber eraser to remove any dirt or smudges. Use a soft brush or suede eraser to lightly clean the dust from the surface in one direction. Use a silicon spray or nubuck spray for dirty resistance. Air dry thoroughly.
Use rubber brush to rise the suede hairs if shiny spots occur.
Swims jackets should be washed at 30°C. Don’t use fabric softener. Wash jacket inside out to protect outside water repellent treatment. If the garment has removable insulation liner, remove it and wash it separately.
For all jackets with feathers- for best result we suggest dry clean.
Swims Jackets are treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coating making light raindrops roll-off. For all garments with our regulator waterproof and breathable membrane the DWR, which is a surface coating, works as a supplement to the membrane which is on the inside of the fabric. Should you after prolonged usage or after washing the jacket want to restore the DWR effect we recommend applying a water repellency treatment for outdoor fabrics, available at your local outdoor retailer.
We suggest machine wash at 30 degrees celsius. Do not tumble dry and warm iron and no dry clean.
Your shorts will last longer, looks nicer, and smell better when often cleaned.
Rinse from salt water after use. Wash at 40 degrees celsius. Do not use fabric softener. Tumble dry to keep water repellant. Use light powder detergents.
We suggest wipe and rinse externally using a cloth and a non-chemical & non scratching detergent.
Consult dry-cleaner for proper cleaning.
Do not wash.
If you want to repair your SWIMS jacket we suggest you contact Repairable.no
They have all tools needed, zippers, buttons etc.
Please note that this is for Norwegian customers only.
Rubber is a natural material that can mark easily. But with the use of a silicone spray (that you can purchase in a shoe repair shop) and a soft dry cloth, you can polish your SWIMS rubber boots and galoshes. You can also use olive oil to remove flocking on rubber material.