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How To Wash Training And Competition Sportswear

When we make a dress, we mainly try to please the athlete from the technical and aesthetic point of view; on the other side, we don’t leave the others behind, who often find themselves to wash their children’s sportswear, dry and iron precious competition dresses, leotards, bodies, training outfits, and accessories.
For this reason, we use fabrics, colors, and materials that guarantee wearability and comfort to athletes and at the same time, allow mothers to maintain in the best way the garments during washing, more or less frequent, making them last longer.
For those who are very scrupulous and is afraid that both training and competition dresses, could damage easily, we have thought to make a small mini tutorial showing these procedures, which you will find easier, simpler and faster than the expected.
The first distinction to make is about competition dresses and those for training: the first ones are more delicate and elaborated, therefore to be hand washed instead of the other ones, can be washed in the washing machine, following some precautions.
Let’s see two different ways to wash sportswear, especially Sagester’s ones, which are different in two categories.As anticipated, these garments need a specific care because they may have a lot of rhinestones, Swarovski stones, feathers, special and refined fabrics such laces and transparent nets.
Let’s see step by step, the different hand washing phases of these garments.We also suggest you the best steps to wash training garments to keep their original quality, in case you chose to wash them in the washing machine.
First thing is to close all zips and bottons. Use a gentle washing cycle (WOOL or SILK) with warm water (30 or 40 °C), use a delicate clothes washing soap and do a gentle spin cycle, avoid tumble dryer. We suggest you to use just fresh air.
We soon will make a mini-tutorial also in case you would like to make small repairs to your dress.