Laundry instructions for ZO-ON fleece Laundry instructions for all ZO-ON garments are on care labels attached to the lining. Fleece sweaters and pants from ZO-ON are easily washed in standard washing machines.
Begin by closing all zippers (Velcro and standard) on the garment and turn it inside-out. Use mild laundry detergent, and avoid using fabric softeners or spot removers. It is important NOT to wash ZO-ON fleece at a temperature higher than 30°C / 86°F. This helps ensure a longer-lasting garment.
After washing, hang the garment up to air-dry. Fleece from ZO-ON dries quickly, making it unnecessary to machine dry.
Remember, fleece should never be ironed, steamed, pressed or dry-cleaned. Such treatment may overheat the material and cause damage.
How do I wash my Diamondium jacket? Laundry instructions for all ZO-ON garments are on care labels attached to the lining. Diamondium jackets from ZO-ON are easily washed in standard washing machines.
Begin by closing all zippers (Velcro and standard) on the jacket. It is best to use a mild, power detergent. Liquid detergents can leave residue on the jacket\'s surface coating, which blocks its breathability and water repellency. Fabric softeners should NOT be used for the same reasons. It is important to wash Diamondium jackets in cold water (30°C / 86°F) using a gentle cycle such as \"wool\" or \"delicate.\"
Note: Do not use spot removers or chlorine on your Diamondium jacket. After washing, it should be immediately dried.
How do I wash my ZO-ON down garment? ZO-ON recommends washing all down garments regularly (at least every 6 months). This helps keep the down fluffy and increases the garment\'s lifetime. Although down garments can be washed in a standard washing machine, we strongly recommend that they be washed professionally. This will ensure correct handling and a longer-lasting garment.
However, if you would prefer to wash the garment yourself, please keep the following in mind:
* Begin by reading the care instructions for Diamondium water-repellent coatings here. * Down garments need to be machine dried at low temperature to ensure proper drying. * From time to time, remove garment from the dryer, place it on a flat surface and use your hands to pat and separate down that has clumped. This will help keep it fluffy.