RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE CARE, WASHING AND STORAGE OF ARC'WARM THERMAL CLOTHING
The garments with natural fibres in this case with Merino Wool, we recommend to avoid premature ageing, to wash them by hand, at lukewarm temperature and with delicate soap and with little quantity, in addition, another of our recommendations, is not to wash it after each route in motorbike, it is enough when the motorbike day finishes, to extend it to air it in a fresh or ventilated place and in the shade to maintain the original aesthetics of the products and once aired it will be ready for a new use.
If you decide to machine wash it, here are some general recommendations for cleaning:
Whenever you buy a motorbike gear or for any other sport or use, it is 100% advisable to follow the care and washing instructions indicated by the manufacturer on a label, or as in our case, on the bottom of the T-shirts, thus, we avoid putting a label that we always end up cutting it because it bothers in use. We leave you with a summary of practically all the logos that you can find on any garment on the market, and their recommendation:
How to wash Arc'Warm motorbike thermal clothing?
At the bottom of our T-shirts, on the inside, you will see this set of information:
The first part of the information is the composition of the product in percentages.
The second one, in this case you can see a S/M, is the size to which the product corresponds.
The third is the logos of the care of the garment, in this case we can see the following:
In addition to these recommendations and prohibitions, there are a number of biker tips that will ensure that your clothing will last for years to come.
1st recommendation, do not pull the seam areas to put on or take off the thermal clothing, it is a tremendously elastic garment but at the same time it is delicate, with the action of putting it on and taking it off in a logical way and without forcing it, it will last you for many years.
2nd recommendation, keep the garment away from the velcro of motorbike jackets, boots or motorcycle gloves among others, Merino wool as well as other natural fibres get caught very easily with the velcro, making unsightly unstylish unravelling, which does not take away the functionality of the garment but can be avoided, you can read more about it in the following link, velcro fasteners on the bike should be avoided.
3rd recommendation, The antimicrobial properties of Merino Wool, will not make the clothes smell bad with sweat in a single day of use, so it may not be necessary to wash it, neither in the first nor in the second, at the choice of each user, but we strongly recommend, at the end of the day of use, hang it outdoors to air and remove moisture that may have the thermal clothing for motorbike.
Maintenance of Arc'Warm Merino wool thermal clothing for motorbikes
Never leave wet clothes in the boot of the motorbike or store them in the area you have at home for motorbike clothes, without previously drying them in the open air, in this way, we will achieve a longer durability of the antimicrobial properties of the product and unwanted odours.
The antimicrobial properties of Merino Wool, will not make the clothes smell bad with sweat in a single day of use, so it may not be necessary to wash it, neither in the first nor in the second, at the choice of each user, but we strongly recommend, at the end of the day of use to avoid premature aging, hang it outdoors and in the shade to air and remove moisture that may have the thermal clothing for motorbike.
When the season is over and you have to store it in a cool, dry place where it will not move or rub against other fibres and garments until the next season.