1/Take out removable padding and unfasten any buttons before washing.
Do I need to take the cups out of my sports bra to wash it?
We find that removing cups when washing our sports bras helps them to keep their shape. To wash the cups, hand-wash them in cool or warm water and lay them flat to dry.
2/For hand wash only garments, wash separately in cold water with a mild detergent and rinse with clean cold water.
3/Some colours are not colourfast (pre-wash with one teaspoon of salt before use).
Taking Care of Bright Colours
We suggest you:
- Wash bright colours alone before you wear them
- Continue washing bright coloured gear with similar colours
- When wet, keep bright coloured gear away from other fabrics
4/Do not tumble dry, iron or dry-clean.
Machine wash in cold water and lay flat to dry. This helps protect the life of the fabric and the shape of your gear.
5/Hang inside-out in the shade to dry.
Turn your gear inside out and wash it with other synthetic fabrics and avoid anything abrasive, such as denim or zippers.
6/Do not soak or leave wet.
7/Avoid rough surfaces and heat – particularly for garments with shiny and reflective prints or delicate trims.
8/If the garment is machine washable, wash inside out in a garment bag on a gentle cold machine wash using a mild detergent with similar colours.
9/Do not use bleach, fabric softener or wash with towels.
10/Spin dry to remove excess water.
11/Avoid Mixing QUEENIEKE gears with Cotton
Wash your QUEENIEKE gears separate from your hoodies and towels. Cotton fluff (especially from towels) gets attached to QUEENIEKE gears.
12/Wash your bra separately from your pants and towels. Cotton linters (especially towels) attached
- Cold wash, hang to dry
- Close all zipper
- Use the least amount of detergent possible to clean it effectively—leftover detergent may inhibit the water-repellency